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Warrens Bakery

Pasties have been a hot topic during the lead up to St Piran’s Day, Cornwall’s national day, on Saturday (5th March) and the oldest Cornish pasty producer in the world is celebrating a week of wins. Having been voted the Cornish people’s favourite in a series of polls ran by the local press, Warrens Bakery has gone on to win the highly prestigious ‘Open Savoury’ category in the World Pasty Championships.

The battle of the pasties took place on St Piran’s Day itself at the Eden Project in Cornwall. Warrens Bakery impressed all with its chicken, potato, swede and onion in a creamy white sauce pasty.

The Championships, which are in their fifth year and are supported by the Cornish Pasty Association, saw entries from all over the world, including one family who travelled from Canada. The pasties though had to be cooked in Cornwall. Over 200 pasties were entered, both the more traditional as well as innovative Cornish pasty recipes, and thousands...

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