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Old May 7th 2005, 12:47 am
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Does anyone know where we can find cornish pasties in USA as my cornish husband is missing his pasties we are located in Pennsylvania so I am not sure if you can get them in New York any ideas would be appreciated
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Old May 7th 2005, 1:31 am
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mmm, suddenly my omelette looks less than tasty...i wanna pastie too.

have greggs, made it over ere yet...yummie
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make your own...there not that hard to make...
but I do know what you mean, nothing beats the ease of buying a decent one
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make your own!

http://www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk...cornishpasties
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Originally Posted by dragonfly
Does anyone know where we can find cornish pasties in USA as my cornish husband is missing his pasties we are located in Pennsylvania so I am not sure if you can get them in New York any ideas would be appreciated
I know how he feels so 2 weeks on Monday I will snaffle 2 Ivor Dewdney Cornish pasties when I am in Plymouth, UK. One for him and one for him.
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Don't bother, we found one in an 'English Tea Shoppe' and the insides looked like something off 'Fear Factor.' :scared:
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http://www.pasties.net/
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Uh pssst Ray! *wrong type of pastie!* ROFL

I know what you mean, though. We went past a Cornish Pastie shop in London a month ago and I started salivating instantly.
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You can find some alright ones in British import stores, if you can find 'em, but they vary in quality (just like they do in England) and they're pretty expensive to boot. Same goes for pretty much anything else imported that needs to be refrigerated or frozen - the price of a box of 4 fishcakes in our local import shop is scary...
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Here you go! Knew in the back of my mind that goodwoods had to have something. Disclaimer: I've never actually used Goodwoods myself. I find everything I need in the international foods aisle in Meijer.

http://goodwoods.safeshopper.com/1/19.htm?495

From the frozen food category, here: http://goodwoods.safeshopper.com/1/cat1.htm?495
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Uh pssst Ray! *wrong type of pastie!* ROFL
Sorry!!! I am very old ..I get confused
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Don't bother, we found one in an 'English Tea Shoppe' and the insides looked like something off 'Fear Factor.' :scared:
There was a bakery up the road in the next town that was fantastic, made cornish pasties, sausage rolls, scotch eggs, decent quiches...they were Brits, well the missus was...but now they've retired and closed the place down, well gutted
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Bah! Who needs someone else to make scotch eggs and sausage roll? Those two are nigh on as easy as cooking gets.

Pies seem to be a pain, though. I seem to start cooking at 6 and finish at 9 whenever I make 'em.
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There was a bakery up the road in the next town that was fantastic, made cornish pasties, sausage rolls, scotch eggs, decent quiches...they were Brits, well the missus was...but now they've retired and closed the place down, well gutted
Well thanks for that lot of useless shit Bob.... Any other great places you know that have closed done ....LOL.........
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Well thanks for that lot of useless shit Bob.... Any other great places you know that have closed done ....LOL.........
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