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In Titus Andronicus, Titus bakes Chiron and Demetrius's bodies into a pasty, and forces their mother to eat them. Nominees: Jimmy Lifton, Jeff Hutchins, Tony Ostyn and Chris Gresham (for " Nasty Patty"/" Idiot Box;" 2003)
J. W. Lambert, Cornwall, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1945, p. 38". Archived from the original on 7 April 2023 . Retrieved 15 November 2016. It’s impossible to talk about pasties without talking about mining. Cornwall is known for its tin mines; tin was gathered through prehistoric times and mined straight through the Roman era up to the Industrial Age. For thousands of years, entire towns and villages depended on the hard and dirty job of mining for a living. During that time, miners were sent underground with a pasty as their meal for the day. Pearlman, Jonathan (4 March 2011). "Australian Cornish pasty region concerned about protected ruling". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022 . Retrieved 11 March 2011.A Lancashire pasty is a traditional variant originating in Lancashire, especially West Lancashire that is similar to its Cornish counterpart but uses carrot instead of swede. As the episode starts on a dark and stormy night at Bikini Atoll, the French Narrator is reminded of the time when Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob thought they murdered a health inspector, and decides to tell the story.
How to Crimp a Pasty - a Chunk of Devon". Archived from the original on 4 January 2022 . Retrieved 4 January 2022. Many cuisines have a dish that consists of a sweet or savory filling wrapped in a bread shell. Empanadas, for example, are found throughout Portugal, Spain, and much of Latin America, and calzones, though usually larger, serve a similar purpose in Italy. Arguably the most fervently loved version of this portable filled-bread food category, however, is the pasty.Nominees: Timothy J. Borquez, Jeff Hutchins and Daisuke Sawa (for " The Secret Box"/" Band Geeks;" 2002) Browne, Phyllis (4 October 1890). "Chats with Housekeepers - Cornish Pasties". The Newcastle Weekly Courant. Newcastle-upon-Tyne.