Denby Dale’s pies are renowned all over the World. They’ve been acclaimed throughout history - but we move with the times. Now, Denby Dale isn’t just shouted about by Town Criers - it’s tweeted, instagrammed and facebook(ed) about.
When The Great British Bake Off paid a visit to Denby Dale, Twitter EXPLODED. Who’d have thought back in 1788 that one day Denby Dale would be #Trending?
To mark 2012’s National Pie Week, Yorkshire laureate Ian McMillan produced and performed Denby Dale’s very own ‘piem’ - that is, a poem about pies. #Pietry (we’ll stop now, promise.)
The Hairy Bikers didn’t miss the chance to feature Denby Dale in a 2011 episode of their series Mum Knows Best - visiting one of the village’s most renowned cooks, Dee.
Let’s not forget the visit of The Great Northern Cookbook. The Channel 5 series recreated the 1887 Golden Jubilee Pie - the masterpiece weighing in at 1.5 tonnes.
Denby Dale’s pies have been recognised all over the World since 1788. Now, Denby Dale has taken the internet by storm. Here’s to the next 200 years of #fame!