Another thing we miss from Blighty is the Pasty. I have sampled Cornish, Dorset, Lancashire and Wiltshire pasties on my travels around Merry olde England.
Have you noticed on Sky News they have started saying England instead of Britain or the UK? The other in word is "the jab."
Any road. We can't find a decent pie shop here in West Cork. It's bacon and sausages or chicken curry and steak pies. No spud (meat and potato) pies or pasties. So we decided to make some:
West Cork pasties made with potato, onion and mince. The wife made four of them. I'm having another one for my dinner this morning.
The moral of the story is if you can't buy something, make it yourself! Anyone else doing any baking?