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8/11/20 - updated with pie no 2

If you're looking for silver linings in these incredibly uncertain times we're in, then we think we can provide you with some of that. St John may, like every other London restaurant, have shut up shop but they've got something rather special up their sleeve.

They're now offering an at-home pie service during Lockdown. As they say "In these extraordinary times, we too are embarking on something a little out of the ordinary."

The service kicks off this week with different pies on offer each week. Their launch pie was a Pheasant and Trotter pie and that's been followed by a Pig & Potato pie. Quite frankly the description is giving us palpitations.

The interior is made up of layers of potato and chunks of brined and braised Saddleback (using the shoulder, cured hocks and pig's head). Suet pastry is used to line the base and so begins the construction of the pie - first a layer of the braised shoulder, hock and head, followed by a layer of potato, repeated until the filling reaches the top. Then there is a final layer of potato, which happily seals the pie's fate. A generous brush of butter on top helps to turn the potato a deep, golden brown.

Each pie is made for two and comes in an enamel dish that you get to keep. All you have to do is pop it in the oven at home. AND for each pie sold, St. JOHN will donate £1 to Streetsmart which helps support homeless and vulnerable people across the UK.

The only downside is that this is a collection-only service from St. JOHN Bread and Wine, Spitalfields. So if you're lucky enough to live close enough to pop by then you are going to fly through the lockdown.

 

More about St John Bread & Wine

Where is it? 94-96 Commercial St, Spitalfields, London E1 6LZ

How to order: Pre-order through the St John online shop

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @st.john.restaurant

 

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