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No question in my book - Fisher and Donaldsons of Cupar, and St Andrews, win hands down. While you're there - try the 'Bean and Tottie'. Magic!!
Chris Gray, Crook of Devon, Scotland
A Killie pie, ye cannae beat it. Undoubtedly the best pies in the world. Well done Brownings, keep it up.
Gordon Smith, Perth, Scotland
The best Scotch pie I have had must be the Wallaces pie. It has lovely thick pastry and loads of meat. Another reason for visiting Dundee
We are very fortunate here in Beith as not only do we have the best football pie (made by Irvin's of Beith) but we also have the best football team... Beith juniors - probably!
Maurice Irvine, Beith
The best Scotch pie was from Lightbody's bakers in Hamilton. It has been a few years since I have had one as I no longer live in Hamilton and I am unsure if Lightbody's is still on the go!!
James Wilson, Hamilton
In Scotland I have to recommend Oliphant the bakers pies in Linlithgow and also Mathiesons the bakers in Falkirk both are excellent. Now in Florida we get a great meat pie from Camerons Market in Fort Meyers and they ship all over the USA.
Alison Millar, Jacksonville Florida USA
"Cossars" in Musselburgh High Street produce the world's finest haggis pie.
Jamie Dickson, Hong Kong
Donald Galbraith of Blackwaterfoot, Isle of Arran, makes great pies. They are just right - freshly made, not overspiced, not fatty, good hot or cold, crisp thin pastry, tasty meat and a fair price served with cheerfulness and sympathy for the customer's enthusiasm.
Ian McKinlay, Salford, Manchester
Stop talking about pies please. I'm stuck here in Washington, and would kill for an Aulds of Greenock pie. They are the best hot or cold.
Hugh Scholte, Moses Lake, WA, USA
The best Scotch pie is Downies in Peterhead, just the right crunch and texture. I do miss them living in England for the last seven years.
Armando Becci, Worksop, Notts
The best pie by far and wide is the now world famous 'Killie Pie'. But getting harder to find away from Rugby Park. Not many to be found in North Ayrshire
Dougie Morgan, Saltcoats
Pehs at St Johnstone FC are THE best ever !
Born and brought up in Dundee, I'm unashamedly fond of a 'Wallace's peh'. That is the benchmark for any piemaker to aspire to.
Andy Martin, Heathfield, East Sussex
They dinnae hae ony pies here. It´s aa fancy continental stuff. Ah`d gie a lot fur wan right noo. Aye it`s hard bein' an expat.
Ina Gilchrist, Giessen Germany
As heard at Forthbank Stadium, home of Stirling Albion:
'Come to Forthbank,
Don't be shy,
You'll get a Bovril
and You'll get a Pie!'
Mike Giggler, Somewhere, UK
Greggs the Bakers do it for me with their Scotch pies.
I used to love a good mutton pie when I lived in Dunning. I still remember that nice pepper taste and the pastry, droollll. I don't know if I could still eat them now but good thoughts about them. I wonder if they still make them in Dunning.
Frank Machon, Motueka, New Zealand
A pie and a pint is a mouth-watering image from my many years in Edinburgh. Here we have a lovely spot that produces a good hearty Scotch meat pie and also makes haggis available every week of the year. Black pudding is not yet on the menu.
Robert Emeny, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
At a Scottish festival here, they sold Scottish pies. Even though they were $4 a go, I couldn't help myself from having two at once. Definitely not as good as an original, but sometimes you have to make do with what you've got.
Stuart Adamson, Alameda CA, ex-Scotland
You will not find a Scotch pie to beat the quality of Donald Galbraith at Blackwaterfoot on the Isle of Arran. Superb and generous filling, wonderful seasoning, a total delight. Scotch pie suppliers should offer a mail order service to enlighten those that are denied the pleasure
Robin McKinlay, Croydon. UK
All I can say is that the frozen Scotch pies that I buy at my local supermarket are pretty dammed good. Even my cultured Quebecois friends think they are better than the local equivalent 'La Tortière'
Ashley Watson, Quebec City, Quebec
I would have to say I used to love Wallace's pies from Dundee, but Goodfellows and Stephens make a Scotch pie with potato and beans on the top. Unusual, and some may say sacrilege, but I say delicious!
Simon Miller, Belfast
I was brought up on Browning's pies. They are every bit as good today as they were 40 years ago - for me the best pie in Scotland or should that be the world?
Being an ex-pat from Lanarkshire and unable to get either decent haggis or Scotch pies here, I started to make my own about 18yrs ago. There is a large lamb abattoir just north of Denver, so the essential ingredients are all available. I now make approx 300lbs of haggis a year. For pies, I short-cut the pie-crust making process by using empanadas (a Hispanic pastry crust of water, lard and salt) readily available here, and fill w the haggis. Not traditional, but the best I can do!!!
John Shields, Denver, Colorado USA
Whenever I'm in Perth I always make a bee-line for the Jimmy Laing's Bakery on the High Street. Always quality ingredients and served with a smile - I challenge anyone to find a more tasty Scotch pie particularly with lovely gravy that runs over your chin!
Charles Luke, London
On the west coast it has to be Aulds of Greenock, fantastic pie, always has been. When I worked in Fife many years ago the local pies came from Pillans, they were good, are they still on the go?
Graeme Mackinnon, Kirn, Argyll
I was recently through west for the football and have to agree with John Gall from Ayrshire - "The Killie Pie" certainly does it for me!!!!
Paul Long, Edinburgh, Scotland
I'm a 'Well fan but luckily my best mate over here is a Killie fan who introduced me to the Killie Pie which is the best pie ever. I run a Scottish pub over here so any baker please send us ex-pats a pie or two and we'll judge for ourselves. Oh whit a treat that wid be!
Nev, Valkenburg, Netherlands
Brownings the Bakers from Kilmarnock who make the famous award winning football pie "The Killie Pie" also make a superb Scotch pie. The best of Scotch beef with just the correct amount of seasoning makes it number one with me.
John Gall, Galston Ayrshire
The best pies in the world are still sold at Rugby Park in Kilmarnock. We won the best football pie award a couple of years back and they are still as good as ever. Good enough reason to go to the football at the weekend if you ask me!
Without question the delicious blend of the finest Scotch beef and paradisiac gravy, encased in a delicate golden crust, makes Brownings the Bakers of Kilmarnock, producers of the world's greatest pie.
David Woodison, Edinburgh
I have travelled all over Scotland and must have eaten a pie in at least 100 Scottish towns of which I could give you a list of the best pies in many of these towns. West coast pies are definately better as they are fired more. This gives the "crunch" factor that all good pies must have. It is no use being able to "sook" into a soft underdone pie with your falsers and these pies tend to be covered in flour which ends up all over your clothes. Moisture is the key factor, moist enough to slide down gently but not so wet that it squirts out down your tie as you are driving away from the baker's. Spice is another major factor although it must not overpower. After all that though it is a bit like our whisky, there is no such thing as a bad Scotch pie, only some are better than others.
Joe Macleman, Lossiemouth, Scotland
"Charley Barley" (Charles Macleod, Butcher, Stornoway) pies are best, just like their black puddings. No doubt about it!
Bob, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis
The bestest pie in the whole wide world - buy one at Bain's Butchers, Stenhouse Cross, Edinburgh. Never tasted anything like them.
Susan Symington, Edinburgh, Scotland
We can now get good Haggis here (canned from Chicago) but I've yet to find a good Scotch pie!
Peter Smith, Cary, North Carolina,