This recipe is good but bear in mind the origin of this favorite. The cornish pasty was originally food for the miners. The idea is that the round edge of the crust where it meets would be slightly rolled to form a handle so that the miners would eat the pie and throw the crust away (being that they wouldn't have a place to wash before eating). This would have been made with more vegetables than meat which would have been any kind of leftover and actually most often lamb not beef. Still, a great recipe though - reminds me of my youth in England.
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This recipe is good but bear in mind the origin of this favorite. The cornish pasty was...