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Pork pie ice cream exists and we’re not sure what to make of it

Pork pie ice cream exists and we're not sure what to make of it
(Picture: Pieminster)

Pork pie ice cream exists and we don’t know what to think.

The Pork Pie-Scream comes courtesy of Pieminster, a pie shop based in Brixton Market.

It comes in celebration of British Pie Week, which runs from 5-11 March.

The dessert features soft serve vanilla ice cream mixed with Bourbon maple syrup and free-range British bacon, which comes served in a waffle cone ‘pie crust’ and garnished with pork scratchings and applesauce.

METRO GRAB - taken from Pieminster without permission Pork pie ice cream Pieminister
(Picture: Pieminster)

Pieminster co-founder Tristan Hogg told the Evening Standard that the salty and sweet concoction works perfectly together.

He said: ‘It’s been great fun to turn our pie-making hands to something else for a change.

‘The combination of sweet vanilla, bourbon and maple syrup works brilliantly with tart applesauce and salty bacon.’

METRO GRAB - taken from Pieminster without permission Pork pie ice cream Pieminister
(Picture: Pieminster)

If you’re not totally sold on the pork pie ice cream – Pieminster, which is located in Brixton Market, also serves up other pie ice creams – including Mud Pie, Apple Pie and Cherry Pie.

Though let’s face it, the pork pie ice cream is at least worth a try.

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