THE tastebuds have been tempted and tickled!

You came up with some wonderfully creative and delicious ideas for pie of the week.

We’ve shortlisted the top five and now it’s up to you which one is made by To Pie For!

To Pie For – one of Warrington’s most popular pie places – has a special item on its menu every week that tickles customers’ tastebuds and satisfies even the hungriest of visitors.

Owner Shane Neild has had Caribbean chicken curry and vindaloo pies of the week as well Lancashire hotpot, Mexican chicken and keema lamb.

He’s even had a pizza pie and a full English breakfast in a pie!

To Pie For is offering one lucky reader the chance to create their pie of the week and Shane will pop the pie on the menu for seven days.

Last weekend, we asked you to tell us what you would put in a pie if you could create your own pie of the week.

We had dozens of entries but we’ve shortlisted the tastiest top five.

Which would you like to see made into a pie?

  • Roast Dinner - K Rose from Sankey Bridges
  • Chicken Fajita - Michelle Clancey
  • Beef with Port & Stilton - Julie Roberts from Birchwood
  • Chunky Chilli Beef - Paul Shuker from Great Sankey
  • Beef Stroganoff - Sam Armstrong from Winwick

Shane opened To Pie For four-and-a-half years ago on Station Road North in Fearnhead having grown up in Padgate and attended Padgate High School.

As a trained chef with a passion for good food, he makes large and small pies to takeaway as well as personalised pies and even bespoke wedding cakes made completely from pies.

To Pie For is a multiple award-winning business where everything is made from scratch on site, using quality ingredients.

Their pies sell out at artisan makers markets with 450 being sold in less than two hours.