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Polperro Pasty

Pies and Pastries

A type of pasty made with vegetables and fish, promoted (and probably invented) by the Ministry of Food during WW2 as a meat-saving dish.


Western Morning News - Monday 14 January 1946


For other types see: Cornish Pasty


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