A cross-county war over the naming of meat-filled pastries was reignited today – after a Devon producer won a national award for its Cornish pasty.
Pasty makers in the two counties have often clashed, arguing in the past about its origins, its rightful name, where one was first made and even the ingredients.
Now the row has flared up again after pie and pasty company Chunk of Devon won top prize at the British Pie Awards for their Cornish pasty.
Source: Pasty News! (Metro)