I always use lard for Cornish pasties. There's a place in St Mawes, Cornwall that sells pasties made by various women in the village. No two are the same, but all made to a traditional Cornish family recipe.
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Here's a site with a traditional Cornish pasty (locals prounce as pahhhstees!) recipe.
Traditionally, pasties are crimped/plaited on the side although many commercially baked pasties baked outside the Duchy of Cornwall atre crimped on the top!
ETA I believe Cornish miners who emigrated to the USA took the tradition of pasties with them. I can't quite recall where but Michigan or Maine...
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