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British Pie Week - Celebrate Local Butchers in Bury St Edmunds!

Posted on Monday, 26th February, 2018

National Butcher’s Week (12-18 March) and British Pie Week (5-11 March) are coming up! Celebrate our traditional Great British butcher and take some time to enjoy that Great British culinary delight, the pie! Whether it’s Steak & Ale, Chicken, Game or that timeless classic; The Pork Pie, British Pie Week is the perfect time to indulge!

Below you can find two fantastic independent butchers that are located in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. Each of them stocks the finest quality meats so that you can make a delicious homemade pie exactly how you want it. Alternatively, if you want yours ready made, then don’t miss their fantastic delicatessens which stock everything from pork pies to pasties.

Humphrey’s Butchers

Humphrey’s Butchers is a traditional family butchers with shops in Bury St Edmunds, Saffron Walden, Braintree and Bishops Stortford. As lovers of great food and cooking, their priority is sourcing quality suppliers.

Paul Humphrey and generations of his family before him were regulars at the local cattle markets. Along with grazing his own cattle, this has given Paul a keen eye for what makes great meat. With very few livestock markets in operation, nowadays Paul visits the local farmers and small abattoirs in our area to find traditional breeds and the very best meat.

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St. Edmunds Butchers

St Edmunds Butchers has served Bury for the last 20 years. Their butchers are traditionally trained so they know how to bone out meat and what cuts make for the best style of cooking. They source high quality meat and game and try where they can to buy locally and ensure their suppliers meet their high standards.

St Edmunds Butchers offer good old fashioned service to ensure you get the right cut of meat and the right kind of shopping experience.

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Bury St. Edmunds Market

As well as these fantastic butchers, you can also find fresh pies at Bury St Edmunds’ ancient market. The market offers an enviable range of fine local produce where you can pick up some fantastic fresh pies and meats.

The market has a long and colourful history dating back to the days of William the Conqueror. Today, the market comprises 70 - 90 stalls selling a wide range of products which snake through the Cornhill and Buttermarket area of the attractive old town every Wednesday and Saturday.

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