Pork Farms Your Pie Your Way campaign – A Pork Farms Giveaway

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We all love pork pies in this house, so I was delighted to be asked to take part in Pork Farms new campaign Your Pie Your Way. It’s also National Picnic Week this week, so I was keen to get involved.

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Over the next three months, Pork Farms is giving everyone that purchases one of their delicious pork pies the chance to win £100 every day, and the chance to win a £2,500 jackpot, by sharing details of their pork pie eating habits in 30 words or less at www.yourpieyourway.co.ukPork Farms pork pies are very versatile.  Whether paired with peas, smothered with tangy pickle, shared with friends, or gobbled on the run, there are many ways to enjoy one of the nation’s favourite snacks.

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So how do you like to eat your pork pies?  Daddy P is a traditionalist and he loves his pork pie with a big helping of pickle and some cheese, I like mine cut up with lots of fresh, cruchy salad and some homemade coleslaw, and as for Monkey ….. for some reason he calls pork pies – mince pies (don’t ask me why) but he like’s his cut up with red pesto on his plate to dip the pie in.  I think we’d all agree that our favourite place to eat our pork pies would be on a picnic, in the sunshine!  The last pork pie picnic we had was at Didcot Railway Centre, surrounded by wonderful steam trains.  A great place, for a tasty treat.

Are you one of the nearly one in ten people who would order pork pie if it was on a restaurant menu? Or perhaps you’re one of the 57% of Brits who would happily serve pork pies at a dinner party, whilst only a third would serve scallops and just 17 per cent caviar.

Pork Farms have very kindly offered you, my readers the chance to win a fabulous foodie hamper filled with picnic goodies and delicious accompaniments to eat with pork pies (including mustard, chutney, balsamic glaze, chilli sauce and more!) (please note content may vary slightly from photograph shown below)

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Terms and conditions:

If you would like to win this prize, leave a comment against this post with your Your Pie Your Way’ pork pie serving idea and once you’ve done that enter the competition rafflecopter link here (please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step is mandatory, as mentioned above, all other steps are optional.  Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily and do a bonus click entry daily as well to increase your chances.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once the Raflecopter picks a winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact the winner, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 11th July 2013 at midnight.

 If that’s not enough you can also download a £1 off coupon from the Pork Farms Facebook page too.

Good luck to you all, enjoy your Pork Pies 🙂

 

287 thoughts on “Pork Farms Your Pie Your Way campaign – A Pork Farms Giveaway

  1. We love porkpies with salad and potatoe wedges with sweet chillie sause …… yummy 🙂

  2. I would serve them with chilli jam in a jar, slices of crispy apples, homemade pickled gherkins with dill, spring onions and radishes. 🙂

  3. Although I usually have a pork pie with salad, I still love having one like I did growing up. A bowl of tomato soup and doorstep of bread with a slice of pork pie. Reminds me of home!!

  4. I like to eat my pork pies with gherkins and the pickled cabbage I make from my own grown red cabbages. The only other things that are needed are a glass of cider and a jar of English Mustard!

  5. Pork pies are best eaten standing by the fridge whilst wondering what to cook for tea before realising you are no longer hungry. It’s also important to not tell anyone you have them hidden at the back of the fridge 🙂

  6. I like my pork pies as they are, but cold and preferably at a nice picnic on a sunny day with my family and friends

  7. I serve it with marmite – sounds wrong but tastes surprisingly good! (unless you hate marmite of course…)