In honour of British Pie Week (2 to 8 March) Pieminister is holding a #PieElection to get the old favourites back for pie fans. 

There are nine pies available for consumers to ‘bring back’ including the Minty Lamb, which was discontinued after difficulty in sourcing British lamb all year round; Mr Porky; and Mama Calzone – one of the oldest and ‘rarest’ pies from Pieminister history.

A spokesman said: “The reason for our #PieElection is that over the years we’ve had to say goodbye to some great pies. The Minty Lamb had to go, for example, because it was tricky for us to source British lamb all year round. So in response to continued requests to bring back these pies, we’re giving power to the pie people, who will decide which three should return.”

To get involved, tweet Pieminister with the hashtag #PieElection and pick your favourite.

The full list is as follows:
Minty Lamb - free-range British lamb, carrot, swede, mint and red wine
The Guru - free-range British lamb in a Dansak curry sauce with lentils, chilli, chickpeas and spinach
Thai Chook - Thai green curry, free-range British chicken, sweet potato, coconut, chili and lime
Arriba Banditos - butternut squash, black-eyed beans and cheddar cheese with chipotle chilli
Mr Porky - 100% free-range British pork, apples, sage and Thatchers cider
Mama Calzone - mozzarella and basil in a rich tomato sauce
The Highlander - British Beef slow-cooked in a rich Innis & Gunn Original gravy
Kate & Wills - free-range British bacon, red wine, baby onions and wild mushrooms
Poussin Boots - free-range British chicken, free-range British bacon, prunes, pearl onions, mushrooms, red wine and thyme.