When I moved to Penzance one of the first things I had to eat was, naturally, a pasty. It was huge. Bigger than my head, and I couldn’t finish it. It was from Lavenders, and made here in the town. After that, I noticed the sheer number of establishments which sold pasties. And there began [...]
Over the last few years I have moved about quite a lot. I’ve lived in Salisbury, London, Swansea, and have moved yet again. I have moved back to my homeland, to Cornwall. And this time I hope it’s the last move for a very long time! I now live in West Cornwall, an area called [...]
Tuesday 22nd February 2011 was a great day for the humble Cornish pasty. As reported by the Cornish Pasty Association: The Cornish Pasty Association (CPA) is celebrating after receiving Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for its world famous pasty. The decision from the European Commission means that from now only Cornish pasties made in Cornwall [...]
Today, 5th March, is St Piran’s Day. Lowen Dydh sen Pyran!
Lots of countries have their own super hero, and it has recently been revealed that Cornwall is no exception. And, m’boy, he’s caused a fair bit of controversy… Is it a bird? Is it a pasty? No! It’s KernowMan!