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Pie-eating contest at Free State Kitchen

The passion of crust relaunches ex-convent garden on Bank Holiday

Published on May 14th 2013.

Pie-eating contest at Free State Kitchen

WHAT is opening a restaurant for if you can't have fun? Especially when it's got a massive garden to play in?

The people at one of Liverpool Confidential's new best Americana joints, Free State Kitchen, have decided to get into summer with a big launch party for the garden this coming Bank Holiday, May 29. 

“To celebrate the opening of the gorgeous Free State Kitchen Garden,” they say, “we'll be holding a day of fun and frolics outside. 

Free State KitchenFree State Kitchen“There will be ice cream for little ones, hot dogs on the lawn, and the main highlight will be our first ever pie eating competition.” 

For the folk in the Liverpool Confidential loop, this holds no fear. But are you brave enough to enter and be crowned the Champion Supreme and win a place on their wall of fame? 

You have to be able to eat three pies with no hands for the challenge, which runs between 2pm and 3pm. 

But in order to prove you are worthy, first you have to email or tweet a picture of your best pie face with the hashtag #pieface.

So dig in. Just make sure you don't eat yourself into a shallow gravy.

Read our review of Free State Kitchen here

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5 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousMay 14th 2013.

Will The Mayor Of Liverpool will be attending? As that would be unfair on any other contestants

Peat N MotatoMay 21st 2013.

Will these be proper pies or sickly yank things full of excessive sugar and g.m. fruit?

2 Responses: Reply To This...
AnonymousMay 21st 2013.

I am afraid the second one

John BradleyMay 21st 2013.

Even the steak and kidney?

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