One powerful combination is a rich and steamy, savory meat pie. The dish isn’t as common in the U.S., but the Brits have perfected meat pie. On a recent trip to the U.K., I happened upon Borough Market in London. As London’s oldest heritage food market, it has been serving the population with artisanal food products for 1,000 years. (Which is about as long as meat pie has been a national mainstay.) While strolling through the market, I found several Huntsman pie combinations that used wild boar, venison, grouse, rabbit, and pheasant.