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Reviewed Cornish Miners' Pasties
"Sadly, this is NOT a CORNISH miner's pasty! As before, ground beef isn't used. It should be skirt beef, cubed. Neither should there by turnips (the Cornish name for a swede or rutabaga) or carrots. Pasties are never served with gravy, because there should be sufficient juices from the potatoes and meat to do that - maybe a knob of butter can be add..."
Reviewed Cornish Pasties
"What is confectioners sugar doing in a pastry recipe for a savoury dish like a pasty? This is NOT a Cornish Pasty description! Maybe a pasty or turnover! Believe me! I've lived in Cornwall (and now Michigan) and the traditional pasties had no sugar, no carrot (some might, perhaps, but it's not common) and some parsley with the (skirt) beef, onions""