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Old 02-23-2011, 02:14 AM   #1
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The Cornish Pasty gains EU protected status

This may be of interest Cornish pasty wins protected status from European commission | Life and style | guardian.co.uk

Click on Cornish Pasty Association in the article, there is a Vid and recipe

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Old 02-23-2011, 09:20 AM   #2
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Very interesting. I guess it's a good thing that here in Michigan where pasties are a transplant we have never labled them Cornish.
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Old 02-24-2011, 03:03 AM   #3
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Very interesting. I guess it's a good thing that here in Michigan where pasties are a transplant we have never labled them Cornish.
A very good thing mate, wars have started over less, I'm off for a cup of tea
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Interesting. One of the links on the right had a recipe. A swede (fwiw) is a rutabaga on this side of the pond.
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Interesting. One of the links on the right had a recipe. A swede (fwiw) is a rutabaga on this side of the pond.
I grow my own rutabagas, I still have some of last years crop left.

Top Tip leave Sven the Swede in the ground till after the first hard frost.
Ps what do you call your Turnip?
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Turnips... same name.

I enjoyed the link you provided about the Pastie Society. Thanks!
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Turnips... same name.

I enjoyed the link you provided about the Pastie Society. Thanks!
Selkie you also call your turnip Doris , thats spooky
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Isn't that the same as you calling your rutabagas "Jill"?

What kind of cut do you use for rutabagas in pasties in order to get them to cook through and not be crunchy since nothing is pre-cooked? Ultra thin sliced?
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Love it!!!
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Turnips... same name.

I enjoyed the link you provided about the Pastie Society. Thanks!
Actually, rutabagas are winter turnips. The "white/purple" turnips are summer turnips. My DH ordered turnip seed one year to surprise me. I was dismayed that the seed was "summer turnip" and not rutabagas. I don't know how to cook summer turnips!
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