Cornish pasty
noun Date: 1871 a filled pastry containing cooked meat and vegetables

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  • Cornish pasty — Pasty du Michigan. Le Cornish pasty est une sorte de tourte originaire de Cornouailles en Angleterre. Il s agit traditionnellement d une préparation salée cuite au four et contenant du bœuf haché, des pommes de terre, des oignons et du rutabaga …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cornish pasty — Cornish pasties also cornish pasty N COUNT A Cornish pasty is a small pie with meat and vegetables inside. [BRIT] …   English dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a pasty containing seasoned meat and vegetables, especially potato …   English terms dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — noun meat pie with filling of meat and vegetables • Hypernyms: ↑pasty * * * Cornish pasty noun A pasty with meat and vegetables • • • Main Entry: ↑Cornish * * * Cornish pasty UK US noun [countable] [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms Cornish pasty : singular Cornish pasty plural Cornish pasties British a small pie for one person, with meat and potatoes inside …   English dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — noun A kind of meat pie, one not baked in a pie pan, but rather, in a large piece of folded over pastry dough, crimped shut, then baked on a sheet. There is no one standard recipe, but it always includes meat and vegetables in a thick hearty… …   Wiktionary

  • cornish pasty — see Cornish pasty …   English dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — noun Brit. a pasty containing seasoned meat and vegetables, especially potato …   English new terms dictionary

  • Cornish pasty — Cor|nish pas|ty [ˌko:nıʃ ˈpæsti US ˌko:r ] n a folded piece of ↑pastry, baked with meat and potatoes in it, for one person to eat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Cornish pasty — noun (C) BrE a folded piece of pastry (1), baked with meat and potatoes in it, usually for one person to eat …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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