(plural Cornish pasties)
- A kind of meat pie, one not baked in a pie pan, but rather, in a large piece of folded-over pastry dough, crimped shut, then baked on a sheet. There is no one standard recipe, but it always includes meat and vegetables in a thick hearty sauce.
- ... after we have removed some of the dust of our journey, we sit down to a well-spread tea-table, on which a noble Cornish pasty holds the post of honour. — Chambers’s Journal of popular literature, science and arts by W & R Chambers, 1854.