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How To Make Cornish Pasties The Official Recipe (Authentic English Recipes Book 8) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Geoff Wells
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Long before the card playing 4th Earl of Sandwich ordered his servants to bring him slices of meat between bread so he didn’t have to interrupt his game, there was the pasty.
The first known references to pasties are from the thirteenth century, at the time of Henry III. Back then it was made mostly from venison and considered a luxury food item. Later it was adopted by the common man and made famous by the Cornish tin mines.
The recipe’s thick pastry crust stayed warm for many hours and made a convenient, sturdy lunch for the miners to carry. One theory says that by handling them by the folded edge, which they discarded, they did no ingest the arsenic on their hands they got from mining tin.
Another folk tale says that the pastry must be sturdy enough to survive a drop down the mine shaft.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great recipes for pasties 26 janvier 2013
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Does exactly as it says on the title great book looking forward to trying all the recipes in this handy book
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Did You Know It Isn't Cornish if You Aren't in Cornwall? 21 mars 2012
Par Grandma - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Call them pastys, turnovers, hand pies, what you will, they're good and they're portable! Grandma has been making pastys (I would call them Cornish but apparently that is illegal unless they are made in Cornwall) for many a year, though I have to admit I often cheat and put the filling in a traditional American-style 2 crust pie.

You'll get no "cheating" from Goeff Wells, though you'll find a fair few varieties of pasties not Cornwall, including Vegetarian, a Ham, Cheese & Asparagus that looks delightful and even a few sweet varieties.

Geoff has included an interactive Table of Contents that interfaces correctly with the Kindle navigation menu and links to the official Cornish Pasty website, a video showing how to make an "official Cornish pasty", and sources for several hard-to-get in the US grocery items. I do have to tell you though, Geoff, I can get Bird's Custard Powder at every store in town these days.

Highly recommended
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How To Make Cornish Pasties The Official Recipe 4 mars 2013
Par K. J. Kalin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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So far, I have made 1/2 of a batch of the U.S. Translation Cornish Pasty dough. The dough was very easy to do, and it turned out very well. It isn't pie dough, and it isn't bread, but something in between and flaky and good, and quite sturdy, but not tough. The pasties are very good either hot or cold. A link to the website is included and I like going there to watch the Cornish Pasty video, although I have not managed the crimp yet.

Geoff gives you a variety of recipes, both savory and sweet and these should be enough to get you started, as well as enough to give you ideas for tailoring fillings to your likings and dietary restrictions, which I have to do since I can't have potatoes, and many other common filling ingredients. It's also helpful to know that you can freeze leftover dough and filling as even half a batch can provide too many pasties for one or two people.

Geoff writes very clear and easy instructions, and he's got a nice sense of humor. I can recommend this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another keeper in the series 21 mars 2012
Par Lisa Henderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I just love the books in this series. They are informative and fun to read in addition to having excellent recipes. If you're new to cooking, you don't have a worry because the author explains everything so clearly. You'll find the original pasty recipe which is sturdy enough to eat with one hand; also included is a Flaky Pasty Recipe which we're warned "will not survive a fall down a mine shaft." You'll understand when you read the book - just get it - you're never let down with this series.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Happy to have this book! 25 mars 2012
Par SciFi Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I made a pastie today from this book, using organic coconut oil as the fat, and it was delicious! As a vegetarian, I do not use lard, so the coconut oil is as close to lard as I wanted to get. I had expected a crust that was as soft as a pie crust, but mine was more like a cracker. It held the filling very well. Thank you for such a fine addition to my library of cookbooks!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Make Your Own (and Better) Hot Pockets 3 mai 2014
Par Nyssa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I like the idea of the small meat or vegetable filled pastries for a quick meal, but find the commercial offerings such as Hot Pockets to be pretty tasteless with meager fillings and few choices plus the problems with artificial additives and preservatives in many commercially made foods. I've been looking for recipes to make something similar at home, with little luck until I found this book on Cornish pasties.

This book gives not only the industrial strength traditional recipe for Cornish pasties dough and filling in both metric and American measurements, it goes beyond that by giving a recipe for a lighter version of the pastry shell as well. It then goes on to give a nice selection of fillings including both savory, main dish types and dessert fillings.

The ingredients lists and instructions are clear, complete, and well written. Even a novice baker should have little problem following the instructions and coming out the other end with an enjoyable and tasty product.

I've found exactly the type of recipes I was looking for plus several ideas I didn't even know I needed. Asian filling, Apple and Walnut filling, Pizza filling, Ham and Swiss filling and more.

There is also a handy section with conversions from metric to American measurements.

Highly recommended.
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