Filled with the finest Cornish potatoes, turnip, onions and pasture raised beef. This pasty is THE Cornish favourite. Let your taste buds transport you to this wonderful county.
A LUNCH OF CORNISH PASTIES (1906) | 'From the book 'Lost Voices of the Edwardians' by Max Arthur, the caption says the men are from Dalcoath Tin Mines . .. presumably Dolcoath.' [Pic. + text from FB Cornish Nosatlic Memories]. 'The photo was originally published as a postcard by Francis Frith Ltd and titled "Camborne Miners, Croust time".' [text Malcolm Dyer, 24 January 2018). There is debate as to whether they are miners or agricultural workers. ✫ღ⊰n
The UK's much-loved Cornish pasty could be hijacked by a horde of US imitations under an EU-US trade agreement being negotiated in Brussels. Critics of the deal warn it could also lead to the spread of genetically modified products in UK stores.
'THIS 'ERE DO SHAW 'OW WE DO MAAKE OUR PASTIES' | 'A used postcard marked "Paignton July 29th 1916" Frith Series (No. 65134) Colour tinted. Printed postcard showing a lady rolling out the pastry to make a Cornish pasty.' ✫ღ⊰n