The Mince Pie Roundup

A Closer Look

The Mince Pie Roundup

A Closer Look

Tesco Mince Pies

Depending on the current in-store offers, this pack of six will cost you anwhere between £1 and £1.50.

The Mince Pie Roundup     The Mince Pie Roundup

The mince pies themselves are large enough for the hungier than average bear. Our samples arrived without any damage although star shaped template used for the top of each pie seems to have malformed some of them; nothing like some politically correct pastries.

Mr Kipling Mince Pies

Known for their "exceedingly good cakes", we were intrigued to find out how Mr Kipling's mince pies faired against its generic store branded stable mate.

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The pies themselves are very similarly sized with a near identical pastry. The story of imperfect samples continue with two of the six suffering from cracks/holes on the top. Aesthetically not so good, Mr Kipling.

M&S All Butter Mini Mince Pies

Finally we have the range topping guns from Marks & Spencers. Known for their focus on quality we had high expectations for these festive delights...

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...and thus far we have not been disappointed. These mini mince pies arrived without so much as a single imperfection. The samples themselves looked considerably more appetising although their size definitely made them seem as though they lacked substance.

As we all know, Mince Pies aren't for staring but for eating. With this in mind, let the testing begin!

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Most Recent Comments

24-12-2010, 04:58:19

This Christmas, we are here to show you the finest Mince Pies of 2010.

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24-12-2010, 05:08:26

Haha good stuff. Merry Christmas!Quote

24-12-2010, 05:17:12

Ohhhh Mann we have Mk pies. Have a good Xmas all Quote

24-12-2010, 05:26:54

Are these software cookies ?Quote

24-12-2010, 05:32:01

Now my favourite is the cooperative brandy puff mince pies that are baked in store Quote

24-12-2010, 05:33:15

Scruptious review! Merry Christmas to you all Quote

24-12-2010, 06:09:48

Haha, nice one matey! So is the Tesco one like the GTX460 then? Quote

24-12-2010, 06:43:54

Haha it made me laugh right on the index page of overclock3d.

Merry Christmas to you all!

@Todd, very much like HD6870. Quote

24-12-2010, 06:54:35

Any chance for a review on what SLI of these pies is like? Sometimes eating one at a time isn't enoughQuote

24-12-2010, 08:23:47

Haha love it, especially "Not all of us have the time or will power to build our own mince pies"

Just what I needed to get me into the Christmas spirit.

Merry Christmas to everyone Quote

24-12-2010, 10:16:24

This made me hungry Quote

24-12-2010, 10:47:50

Toxteth O'Grady
Lots of performance headroom to overcook these but temps can get a little high unless you have a good liquid cooling loop (brandy or clotted cream recommended). Needs a decent psu (pie supply unit) as well.



24-12-2010, 10:59:08

Originally Posted by Toxteth O'Grady View Post

Lots of performance headroom to overcook these but temps can get a little high unless you have a good liquid cooling loop (brandy or clotted cream recommended). Needs a decent psu (pie supply unit) as well.

Too many puns Quote

24-12-2010, 12:17:33

LMAO! Awesome review!Quote

24-12-2010, 16:15:07

Captain Caveman
LMAO... scones or truffles and I thought you guys were UK? Didnt you guys learn anything from Julia Childs. She cracked me up, always figured she was drunk on her shows Lol

Merry Christmas everyoneQuote

24-12-2010, 20:45:34

I liked the Dan Akyroyd SNL bit he used to do as Julia Childs ^^^. He would always injure himself but continue to cook, blood would be everywhere! HahaQuote

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