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pastie

(ˈpeɪstɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) US a decorative cover for a nipple, chiefly worn by dancers and strippers
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Then while the whole glade was filled with the savory smell of roasting venison and fat capons, and brown pasties warmed beside the blaze, and mulled wine sent forth a cordial fragrance, Robin Hood placed the Sheriff upon a knoll beneath the largest oak and sat himself down by him.
Then, while beyond in the forest bright fires crackled and savory smells of sweetly roasting venison and fat capons filled the glade, and brown pasties warmed beside the blaze, did Robin Hood entertain the Sheriff right royally.
Within an hour the guests were seated around a board which creaked under the great pasties and joints of meat, varied by those more dainty dishes in which the French excelled, the spiced ortolan and the truffled beccaficoes.
Two candles are placed on a table, white bread and baked pasties are displayed by the light, besides choice of venison, both salt and fresh, from which they select collops.
In the early 1960s I used to go to The Maj dance hall and on a Saturday us Teddy Boys would go to Carrick's on Clayton Street and have a pastie, oh happy days.
I have seen human early-birds munching on a croissant or bacon buttie as they walk to work; chaps enjoying a pastie, hot out of the oven and held in its paper bag; folk of all ages and occupations snacking on sausage rolls; tots in prams happily feeding on one of the shop's savoury snacks.
"There's now a local pastie makers guild, an international pasty festival every October and the world's only pastie museum ." The focus of Ester's expedition was how migrant communities adapt while maintaining their own identity.
While the PM may have ditched the infamous pastie tax, he's left the humble toastie at the mercy of the VAT man.
His nearest rival bowed out after 31 pasties, leaving Pete to devour his 32nd pastie to win first prize and set a new British record.
"Now how will I decide whether to have cheesey chips or a pastie?"
The mega-rich London club, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, charges fans the equivalent of pounds 9 for a pastie. Rivals Arsenal, who spent pounds 530million on their new Emirates Stadium, are runners-up at pounds 6 for a meat and veg pie.
The mega-rich London club, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, charges fans an extraordinary pounds 6 for a pastie. Rivals Arsenal, who spent pounds 357million on their new Emirates Stadium, are runners-up at pounds 4 for a meat and veg pie.