So Cornish Pasty Week is over for another year
It ran from Sunday 23rd February, to its grand finale on Saturday 29th February at the World Pasty Championships at the Eden Project, a week-long celebration for lovers of Cornwall’s hero food.
Here’s a glimpse of what happened – and check out the gallery here
Following its successful launch in 2019, the quest to find the world’s fastest crimper continued. Competitors from bakeries producing genuine, certified, Cornish pasties competed to find the fastest fingers in the west as they went head to head to see who could crimp the most pasties in 3 minutes. The winner of the Grand Final at the Eden Project, was Jonathon Rosevear, of Cornish Premier Pasties – based in St Columb Major
Anyone can take part in Cornish Pasty Week with a #pastysmile. Simply download and print off your own smile to show how much you love a genuine Cornish pasty.
Don’t forget, you can still ping us your snaps via social media!
This is the day that professionals, amateurs, the young and the not so young come together at the Eden Project for a day of music and fun where Cornwall’s culinary gift to the world is the unquestionable hero of the day.
Cornish Pasty Association members are there every year, helping hundreds of youngsters make their own Cornish pasty – it’s never too soon to get the next generation of bakers in training!
The 2020 World Pasty Championships took place on Saturday 29th February.
Catch up on all the Cornish Pasty Week fun via our gallery.
Big thanks to all our Cornish Pasty Week supporters.