And Stevens made his younger rivals eat their pre-challenge words as he took the title by beating George in final - demolishing his Sarries Laverstoke Pie in one minute 22 seconds.
But it is back to serious business this weekend as Saracens return to Aviva Premiership action, taking on London Irish at the Madejski Stadium looking to record a ninth-straight victory.
But despite being on for a historic treble Stevens insists nobody at the club is getting ahead of themselves.
"The pies are delicious, it's a pity we couldn't eat them slower and savour them a bit more but I enjoyed the experience nonetheless," he said.
"I'm good at eating food quickly, I don't know if pies are necessarily my forte but it's obviously something that is.
"As for the rugby side of things it will be good to get back to Premiership action this weekend.
"The goal is to get to the play-offs of all the competitions we are in. When you get there that's the magic of play-off rugby, anything can happen and we'll be prepared to play our best rugby at the end of the season.
"But I can honestly say we don't go thinking about all the competitions in their finality. It's more about what we're playing right at that moment.
"We approach the season in groups of fixtures. It goes in cycles. We give every competition we play in the same amount of effort."
It isn't just the speed that Stevens eats pies that has picked up at Saracens, with the club able to boast the first artificial pitch at their new home of Allianz Park.
And despite not strutting his stuff on it yet, Stevens believes it can only be good for the game in the northern hemisphere.
"It's superb to have the first stadium in rugby union to have an artificial surface," Stevens added. "Time will tell but I think it will end up changing the game of rugby in the northern hemisphere
"I've trained on the pitch but I haven't played on it. I liked it. It's something that's going to take a few months to bed in and get used to but it's definitely something that makes the game a lot faster and quite a lot more physical and that's why most people come to watch rugby so it's good stuff."
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