Someone had dropped half a pastie
onto the pavement and the pigeons were feasting with great enjoyment; dancing around the spillage, throwing pastry into the air and snacking to their heart's content.
Men carried pasties
into the surrounding tin and copper mines, sometimes inside their shirts to take the chill off their chests.
Newcastle University history student Ester Pink discovered that pasties
, a staple of the likes of North East bakers Greggs, are thriving thousands of miles away.
Here we're speaking about old-fashioned fish and chips, sausage rolls, pasties
, Scotch eggs, shepherd's pie, meat pies and the like.
The Government's U-turn on the pastie
tax has given a tax break to hot savouries but toasted sandwiches are still being penalised," said Mr Cameron.
HUNGRY Pete Lawer set a new record when he sank a staggering 32 Cornish pasties
to win an eating competition.
A catering official said: "They're not your run of the mill pasties
(10 ins) said: "Keith's still got a lot to learn, mainly because he's the only non-pastie
in Cornish football.
Doubtless one or two folk thought their pastie
was much improved/worse than ever (delete as appropriate), but no-one ever said: 'Some bloody idiot has contaminated my pastie
The mega-rich London club, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, charges fans an extraordinary pounds 6 for a pastie
I agree with others here about kids going to pastie
A robber held up a cafe for just pounds 10 - then used the stolen cash to pay for a pastie
he had just ordered.