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    Pasty Day

    Haven't been able to sell the digs yet so have resorted to cooking pasties. Love these things. Recipe is at Michigan Pasty (Meat Hand Pie) : Recipes : Cooking Channel



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    They look good on the outside. What was on the inside? Any pics?

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    Look nice and real.....[as in: not perfect]

    Tasty..??

    EDIT * looks like beef? Mince?

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    Look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thailazer View Post
    Haven't been able to sell the digs yet so have resorted to cooking pasties. Love these things. Recipe is at Michigan Pasty (Meat Hand Pie) : Recipes : Cooking Channel


    Nuff respect for hailing the pasty.

    They're shit pastys though.

    But nuff respect anyway for biggin up a legendary foodstuff

    Hungry as fvck now.

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    Turnip (called pasternak in Sweden) Skirt pepper and crimping required for a true Cornish Oggy, some chefs add salt I do not if the quaity of the beef is good just a little cracked green pepper about 2 corns per person

    I am heretic and add onion potatoe (maris piper or jersye royal and a pinch of mace,rosemary and cranberries,of course these are an anethema to purists o would offer as a relish,Failing UK ingredients mince pork a little oyster sauce red onion will work,including swece and potatoe the ingredients are over 100 bht before cooking so Id sooner have ablue crab at that tarfiff
    You have obtained a nice glaze
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    Inside.... beef and pork ground meat, potato, carrot, and onion. No rudabaga though and might try a bit of Thai turnip next time. Mining community where I grew up had drive through pasty shops so never a problem getting a fresh pasty.

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    Looks great, thailazer.


    If the pasties have dang rutabagas I wouldn't eat the things. I hate rutabagas. YUCKY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Looks great, thailazer.


    If the pasties have dang rutabagas I wouldn't eat the things. I hate rutabagas. YUCKY!
    I'm not too keen on them either. A little of that smell goes a long way.

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    Nice looking pasties and good to see you have an oven in Thailand

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    How cute - the mummy and daddy pasty has had a little baby.

    Did you give it a name?

    Oh, and all pasties are good pasties. I remember a friend at schools mum used to make bacon, sausage and beans pasties - they were blooming marvelous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Looks great, thailazer.


    If the pasties have dang rutabagas I wouldn't eat the things. I hate rutabagas. YUCKY!
    whats a nutbagger never heard of them. is it a veg? pasties look great.

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    A nutbagger is like a turnip, only yellow inside and is all stanky.

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    Its one of those language divides. Rutabaga is more commonly known as the "swede" or correctly the "Swedish turnip" in many part of the world.

    They are a must in a pasty.


    Lets see:


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    They feed them to the cows here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    They feed them to the cows here.
    Boiled up, mashed with butter and a generous helping of cracked black pepper. What my dad refered to as "neeps". Lovely.

    In a pasty? Divine.

    Turnips - those white little things? Yucks.

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    It's actually a crossbreed between a turnip and a cabbage.

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    Call it calzone....

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    They feed them to the cows here.
    yep , the war is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    They feed them to the cows here.
    Now we're talking stanky.

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