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Cornish pasty

A traditional pastry turnover, originally designed as a "user-friendly" lunch for working miners. The correct filling consists of beef, onion, turnip or swede, potato and seasonings. Modern versions are offered with a variety of possible fillings, but are not truly Cornish pasties.

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