Cornish pasty


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Cornish pasty

(ˈpæstɪ)
n
(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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She was shown how to make a traditional Cornish pasty with a filling of skirt beef, potatoes, onions and swede, seasoned with salt and pepper.
And one, very distinctive, official dish: the Cornish pasty.
GINSTERS GETS LUXURY OVERHAUL THE chefs at Ginsters have developed a handcrafted luxury version of its famous Cornish pasty - along with a new flavour - to mark its 50th anniversary.
Just as the Cornish pasty evolved as a hearty, easy-to-hold meal for tin miners unable to return to the surface at lunchtime, the Welsh Oggie was born of the same premise for coal miners.
MORRISONS has created this ultimate festive feast on the go - a three-course Christmas dinner in a Cornish pasty.
Nadiya also gets to meet food heroes, like the Cornish pasty amateur world champion Gill Francis, who teaches our Nadiya to make her awardwinning pasties.
THE world's oldest Cornish pasty maker has opened for business in Kenilworth.
Warrens boasts a baking heritage stretching back more than 150 years, is the oldest bakery inCornwalland is officially recognised as the world's oldest Cornish pasty maker.
The Toggie Oggie Cornish Pasty Co wants to take up a vacant unit on the town's lower prom - and the snacks it will be serving up have won an award in the World Pasty Championships.
But you don't have to be an oval ball fan to cash in on the PS1 bargains bonanza, which includes four Pork Farms Mini Pork Pies, normally PS1.89, and Ginsters Original Cornish Pasty (227g), usually PS1.49.
Of course, it's also an opportunity to ponder about your own life on a plate - Cornish pasty or Bakewell tart?
The Cornish pasty was usually made with meat, including pork, chicken, and veal.