Cornish pasty

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meat pie with filling of meat and vegetables

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And Ruth Huxley of the Cornish Pasty Association said: "Anything which allowed an American market to manufacture Cornish pasties marked as such would make a nonsense of the whole system.
It was a flat pasty rather than a Cornish pasty, it had corned beef in it.
This will be reciprocated on today's flight to Edinburgh, which will carry a giant 18-inch presentation Cornish Pasty.
1 Cornish Pasty - The latest snack - pictured above - to receive EU protection, only pasties made in Cornwall under the traditional recipe can bear the 'Cornish' name.
Summary: A ruling from the European Commission could see the Cornish pasty awarded Protected Geographical Indication next month.
London, Aug 21 (ANI): A team of bakers in Britain has created the world's biggest Cornish pasty that weighs nearly a ton.
The Cornish pasty has moved one step closer to achieving Protected Geographical Indication after being published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
They include a hand-crimped 225g beef Cornish pasty made with organic Cornish beef, potatoes, onions and swede encased in shortcrust pastry, priced at pounds 2.
In making a Cornish pasty, use one-third cup of filling per round of dough.
When an American food critic derided the Cornish pasty as more suitable as a doorstop than a delicacy, he sparked what is turning into a national movement to defend the small savory pie.
But one of the currently unanswered questions concerns the identity of the mystery Cornish pasty fetishist.
HUNDREDS of bakers led by Greggs Chief Executive Ken McMeiken (centre) and Mike Hollings (left), of the National Association of Master Bakers, protest outside Downing Street during a day of action over the controversial pasty tax The action, organised by the high street chain and National Association of Master Bakers and the Cornish Pasty Association, saw about 300 pasty manufacturers gathering on Whitehall to object to George Osborne''s bid to make freshly baked food subject to 20% VAT.
It comes months after the Cornish pasty was awarded Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status - in which only pasties prepared in Cornwall following the traditional recipe can be described as Cornish.
We haven't got the Cornish pasty or the Welsh oggie or the North West butter pie - something that is distinctive to an area.
The Cornish Pasty Association (CPA) is celebrating after receiving Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for its world famous pasty.