Ask any Cornishman who makes the best pasties and they will almost certainly tell you – “Mother!” Now one man – John Lethbridge of the…
A list of the top 80 global foods compiled by Kenwood has included the Cornish pasty. The company’s “Around the World in 80 Plates” has been…
Around 150 entries battled it out at this year’s World Pasty Championships on Saturday, 1st March, when 8 different awards were up for grabs. It…
The celebrated World Pasty Championships are to return to the Eden Project for the third year running on the Saturday before St Piran’s Day. March…
Reigning champion Billy Deakin was the big winner in the second annual World Pasty Championships, held at the Eden Project in Cornwall on 2nd March…
Following the Chancellor’s announcement that 20% VAT will be applied to the retail of hot baked goods including those products currently zero rated, such as sausage rolls and pasties, Mark Muncey, Chairman of the Cornish Pasty Association, explains why the Association members are urging the Treasury to rethink.
The World Pasty Championships, a grand celebration of Cornwall’s most famous dish, are announced by the Eden Project today. The new event is to take place at the Eden Bakery between the famous Biomes on March 3, 2012, the Saturday before St Piran’s Day (March 5) which celebrates the national day of Cornwall.
A celebration of the Cornish pasty will be held in by the harbour in Padstow on Monday (28th November 2011) to mark the Cornish pasty officially achieving protected food name status. Organised by The Chough Bakery, Padstow, and supported by the Cornish Pasty Association (CPA), this unique celebration of Cornwall’s iconic food for all family will run between 3pm and 8pm.
The Cornish Pasty Association (CPA) recently welcomed visitors from the Mexican group Consejo Regulador del Patrimonio Cultural Real del Monte Cornwall AC (The Regulatory Council for the Cornish Heritage of Real del Monte), led by its Chairman, Jaime Soto.
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 and following the traditional recipe can be called ‘Cornish pasties’.