How an Old Timey British Pastry Got Super Popular in Arizona
The Cornish pasty is an unlikely desert staple.
How Jamaican Patties Became a Beloved British Snack
The meat and vegetable-filled pastry parcels have travelled from Jamaica to the home kitchens of Britain’s first Caribbean migrants, and now the shelves of major UK supermarkets.
Eating Every Ginsters Pasty I Could Find in a Suburban Petrol Station
Ginsters readymade sausage rolls and Cornish pasties are a British petrol station staple. I set myself the challenge of eating the entire range of pastry-flaked meat tubes—in a Shell garage forecourt, obviously.
Producers Are Worried About What Will Happen to EU Protected Foods Post-Brexit
Currently, 73 British food and drink products—including Cornish pasties and Rutland Bitter—are protected under European law, covering them against imitation throughout the EU.
Bedfordshire’s Answer to the Cornish Pasty Mixes Marmalade with Bacon
The Bedfordshire clanger is a suet pastry with a savoury filling (like bacon and eggs or minced lamb) in one end, and a sweet filling (rhubarb, custard, marmalade) in the other.
What I Learned About Sandwiches from Working at Greggs
Clue: being able to knock out a Tuna Soft Bite in under 60 seconds becomes a handy life skill.