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Old 04-19-2011, 01:02 PM   #1
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Fresh hot pasties out of the oven just now. Come by and try one of these 16 to 20 ounce lunch delites. These are baked meat and potato Michigan Cornwall pasty sandwiches. The recipe is 500 years old. Tasty cut in half and ketchup on them. 1328 w. Garden at the little hole in the wall place.
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Old 04-19-2011, 01:21 PM   #2
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Bonsai, sometimes spelling DOES matter!!!!! Sorry couldn't resist. But, I could use a couple. Well, I learned something new today!

A Cornish Pasty, as defined by the Protected Geographical Indication, should be shaped like a ‘D’ and crimped on one side, not on the top. It should include uncooked beef, swede (called turnip in Cornwall),[7] potato and onion, with a light seasoning of salt and pepper - keeping a chunky texture. The pastry should be golden and retain its shape when cooked and cooled.[8] The pasty has been described as a "functional food" as it is appears to be designed with the purpose of being easily carried, retains its heat for a long time and can be eaten with the hands.[9]

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I grew up eating these in Iron Mountain, Mi. where the Cornish miners brought this delight with them along with the Italian miners bringing their food recipes as well. I make the simple ones without the Rutabagas.
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Used to get these when I lived in London, with the rutabagas. Great lunch or dinner.
My memory says they were called pasties there. But I have slept since then...
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Grew up eating these in London, they were known as "Cornish Pasties", great with fries and Heinz baked beans, which are now available in Publix Gulf Breeze in case anyone misses them.

Do you still have them, I will drop by this morning and pick one up for lunch?

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Had one yesterday and they are fine!
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Grew up eating these in London, they were known as "Cornish Pasties", great with fries and Heinz baked beans, which are now available in Publix Gulf Breeze in case anyone misses them.

Do you still have them, I will drop by this morning and pick one up for lunch?

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Yes, we do and Helen will fix you up when you stop in next time.
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Everytime I see this post I mis-read it, and see:

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And if you guys have not been to this place, you are missing out!!

Helen can look into my eyes, and know what I came to eat, I do not have to order!!!
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Everytime I see this post I mis-read it, and see:

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Haha.......Air is still FREE to breathe for a while.
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