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  • What to eat with homemade pasties?
  • tails
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    Bit of an awkward one this as the whole point of the pasty is a meal inside pastry. Maybe there are some cornish who know the score? I'm thinking salad

    tails
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    or maybe salad and onion rings

    Err, another pastie?

    tails
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    also why does singletrack say I'm moving to fast, I would argue its to slow.

    walla24
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    I'm cornish and i'd reccomend a dollop of heinz tomato sauce, screw the salad but follow it with scones and cream instead 😀

    To repeat wise words once said to me, "If there's room on your plate for other things, you should'v made the pasty bigger!"

    enjoy though, mmmmmmm hot pasty….

    tails
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    mastiles_fanylion a very silly name, but nobodies fool. thats a great idea. :mrgreen:

    I'm not cornish, but I am starving…

    I'd have home made potato wedges and beans.

    Slice a big baking potato into 8 wedges.
    Stick a good dollop of olive oil, pepper, paprika/cayenne/seasoning in a bowl.
    Coat wedges. Sprinkle with salt and roast on baking tray for 20-30 minutes, turning once.

    Beans – current favourite is Branston bloomin' big ones.

    If there's room on your plate for other things, you should'v made the pasty bigger!

    Damn straight.

    grumm
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    I had an amazing pastie at the Prince of Wales in Foxfield – came with beans. Super stodgy but really nice.

    Premier Icon wors
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    what you need to do is put it between a barm/bap/flour cake (edit as you will) then you'll have a pastie barm.

    Premier Icon stumpy01
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    Ooooh, thick cut chips & beans that are left on for ages to make them nice & thick…….mmmmmmmmmmmmm.

    higgo
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    Stumpy speaks the truth.

    Premier Icon Philby
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    My choice of accompaniments for a Cornish pasty would be a big slog of HP sauce for dipping purposes, or a large pile of Branston, or maybe even Piccalili (sp?) at a push.

    Bl**dy local bakery had run out of hot Cornishes yesterday, and I had to revert to a ham sandwich, so am feeling very jealous of your lunch.

    tails
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    don't worry philby its my dinner and you still have time for that.

    khegs
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    Pasties need no accompaniment, apart from maybe some red/brown sauce (edit to taste/for northernness).

    If you need something else you obviously haven't made the pasty big enough.

    Now if I could find somewhere that made potatoless pasties down here so I could actually eat them, that'd be ideal 😉

    try a splash of vinegar, wife (who is cornish) put me onto that.

    tracknicko
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    henderson's relish.

    AndyP
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    Sambal Oelek, and nowt else.

    mavisto
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    My wife was Cornish and for her it was Heinz Tomato Sauce and a big mug of tea with sugar (she didn't take sugar normally).

    I like to carry on the tradition!

    khani
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    had one in newquay that was enormoose! one half traditional cornish filling and the other half apple + custerd, i still dream about it

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