If you've ever been to Cornwall you'd have been hard pushed not to see, smell or try a Cornish Pasty. And a proper pasty is a serious business, don't even think about adding peas to the classic recipe, it's unforgivable. The classic mix of beef, potato, swede and pastry is hard to beat and I recently found out there's such a thing as Cornish Pasty Week! If you ask me that's a great excuse to eat as many pasties as possible between 25th February and
The Cornish pasty is an absolute classic. If you're ever in Cornwall you won't be far from one, you'll probably smell it before you see it. Originally from humble origins the pasty is now a celebrated meat and vegetable filled pastry. For those who don't know the pasty was the food of Cornish miners. The way it is folded over (with a thick edge of pastry on one side) meant that the miners didn't have to put their hands in their mouths when eating.