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Cornish Pasty |

I love portable food. I don’t mean fast food, but wholesome, tasty food, ideally in a portable container. Something a little more sophisticated and squish-proof than a sandwich but with similar versatility. Lithuania has lots of them, including kibinai & čeburekai, but my favourite has to be the classic Cornish pasty. This one is from Rick Stein’s deli in Padstow. Between the pasty & the view, it was a lunch made in heaven!

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Cornish Pasty |

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  1. well, technically kibinai are Tartars’ cuisine, but we sure have adopted them aswell as čeburekai as our own 🙂
    Food which is portable sometimes is a real life sver

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    July 25, 2014
    • Yeh, it’s very interesting reading about the source of various national foods. Šašlykai is hugely popular here, especially in summer, but I think it has Armenian roots. I also read that čeburekai have Turkish roots. Who knows, really! They’ve definitely all been adopted into everyday life here!


      July 25, 2014

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