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R.S.Cavendish
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I was in Glastonbury last week and the bakery there wanted 4.80 for a pasty. What is the world coming to?


ARNOLD241
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I was in Glastonbury last week and the bakery there wanted 4.80 for a pasty. What is the world coming to?

Tho' being Glastonbury, they'd be orgasmic.


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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Isaac
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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Had some cheese and onion pasties from Morrisons the other day which were superb, mind you I've found all their bakery products good


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Morrisons hot foods are too tasy for my own good. No weight loss likely round their way for me...


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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Had some cheese and onion pasties from Morrisons the other day which were superb, mind you I've found all their bakery products good

If they were from a Morrisons local store then make the most of them because they have sold that side of the business off.


Ronsdog
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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Had some cheese and onion pasties from Morrisons the other day which were superb, mind you I've found all their bakery products good

If they were from a Morrisons local store then make the most of them because they have sold that side of the business off.


They have sold off their in store bakeries? To whom?


kirby knitters
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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Had some cheese and onion pasties from Morrisons the other day which were superb, mind you I've found all their bakery products good

If they were from a Morrisons local store then make the most of them because they have sold that side of the business off.


They have sold off their in store bakeries? To whom?

It's just the local convenience stores that have been sold off to some businessman or other who is rebranding them My Local.I doubt it will have an affect on the in store bakeries as they are to small to have had them in the first place. I thought Issac was talking about pre-packed pasties so maybe i was wrong.


Isaac
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Although technically not pasties, Morrisons Cornish slices hit the spot.


Had some cheese and onion pasties from Morrisons the other day which were superb, mind you I've found all their bakery products good

If they were from a Morrisons local store then make the most of them because they have sold that side of the business off.


They have sold off their in store bakeries? To whom?

It's just the local convenience stores that have been sold off to some businessman or other who is rebranding them My Local.I doubt it will have an affect on the in store bakeries as they are to small to have had them in the first place. I thought Issac was talking about pre-packed pasties so maybe i was wrong.


Pasties baked in store, in fact I've found all their in store bakery products very good (but not for the waistlineUnsure), Tesco by comparison I think are awful in the bakery department.

This was at a big store, I realise their convenience stores are being sold off.


southend statto
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I must admit to liking the West Cornwall Pasty Company's pasties, along with that shope in Wadebridge that I cannot remember the name of - all I remember is that they have at least 3 shops in the area.


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I must admit to liking the West Cornwall Pasty Company's pasties, along with that shope in Wadebridge that I cannot remember the name of - all I remember is that they have at least 3 shops in the area.


That's probably Barnecutts


southend statto
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sounds about right - from memory!

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