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Pasties and sausage rolls

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Pasties and sausage rolls

I am lucky to have two pasty shops within walking distance of my hotel. My question is: can you buy the pasties and rolls hot so that they can be eaten out of hand? I won't have access to a microwave or oven. thank you.

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21. Re: Pasties and sausage rolls

On the subject of sausage rolls, although they don't really go with Cornish Pasties as they are made with a different pastry, the West Cornwall Pasty Company sausages rolls are actually quite good. Better than Greggs at least.

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22. Re: Pasties and sausage rolls

In the north of England, there are Turnips (swedes), also referred to as "bagies" (presumably from "rutabaga") and White Turnips. Both are delicious, mashed, with lots of butter.

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23. Re: Pasties and sausage rolls

This thread is starting to look very similar to the great Lancashire Hotpot debate (actually in a thread about Yorkshire Pudding!) of a few weeks ago. Perhaps we should start a sticky on Traditional British Recipes (variations on....)

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24. Re: Pasties and sausage rolls

Well this is an interesting topic!

I love pasties and sausage rolls but don't usually buy them hot to eat on the hoof so to speak. If I did I would try and find a local butcher selling them but at a push would go to Greggs. Another possibility for you might be find a supermarket with a hot food counter. They are quite common these days and seem to do a good trade.

I am not entering into the intricacies of what exactly constitutes a good pasty with ingredients. They really do differ even down to pastry. I like them all.

Happy Eating!

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