Cornish pasty

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Cornish pasty

(ˈpæstɪ)
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(Cookery) cookery a pastry case with a filling of meat and vegetables
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Noun1.Cornish pasty - meat pie with filling of meat and vegetables
pasty - small meat pie or turnover
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The snack joins others including Cornish pasties and quiches used by the Office for National Statistics as an inflation barometer.
Greggs has already had to change that product's name, when Cornish pasties were granted protected status, which means they can only be called Cornish if they are made in Cornwall.
POLDARK star Aidan Turner does not see himself as a sex symbol - but admits topless scenes made him cut down on Cornish pasties.
Cornish pasties have had people licking their lips for centuries.
It means only pasty makers based in Cornwall who make pasties in a traditional manner and follow a traditional recipe are able to label their products as Cornish pasties.
Her son John said: "Her Cornish pasties were something to die for.
A LIVERPOOL drug courier who supplied heroin to a grandmother who hid the haul among a batch of Cornish pasties was jailed for three years.
drink and offers tips on how to make the perfect crab sandwich, cook Cornish pasties, rustle up a cream tea and make the most of veg, game, meat and fish.
To beef or not to beef, that was the question on Hywel Trewyn''s lips as he munched his way through two so-called Cornish Pasties manufactured by two companies neither of which are based in Cornwall.
Sir, It was encouraging to read that Cornish pasties have been awarded EU Protected Food Name status.
CORNISH pasties are to be used to power cars after a green fuel firm announced plans to use them to make biodiesel.