Heating & Storing
All of our pies, pasties, meats, and puddings are frozen at the height of freshness. For many shipping orders the food may be thawed upon arrival, that's ok! Unpack your boxes and get them into the freezer and store them until you're ready to enjoy.
Our baked goods are all fully cooked and should be reheated.
For the best results, please avoid using the microwave. Oven or Air Fryer are much preferred.
All items can be refrigerated for 1-2 days, or frozen for up to 12 months. If you receive a shipping order, we recommend freezing all savory items immediately. All items - except Eccles Cakes, Currant Squares, and Shortbread - should be frozen.
INDIVIDUAL SAVORY PIES & PASTIES
Preheat oven to 350°F. Bake for 15-20 minutes or if items are frozen, 35-40 minutes. If frozen, items should be covered in foil for the first 20-25 minutes of baking.
Our pies can also be reheated in an air fryer. Given the discrepanices between air fryer performance, we cannot give overarching recommendations for all air fryers.
STEAK PIES (Seasonal - available November through January)
If frozen, defrost in fridge the night before heating.
Preheat oven to 325°F. Place on a baking sheet.
Add 2 tablespoons of water, red wine, dark beer, or Bisto through each hole in cover. Bake for 45 minutes. For best results, cover pie with foil until there are 10 minutes left in baking time.
We do not recommend reheating Steak Pies from frozen.
If frozen, defrost in fridge overnight before heating.
Preheat oven to 325°F. Wrap haggis in foil and place in
baking dish. Heat for 60 min. per pound of haggis.
BLACK PUDDING AND MEALIE PUDDING
If frozen, thaw overnight. We recommend slicing the puddings into 1-1.5 inch pieces and pan frying the pieces in butter or oil. Alternatively, if the puddings are frozen, you can steam them whole. DO NOT STEAM THE PUDDINGS IF CUT.