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Ginsters Cornish Pasty - Half Price 62p @ Morrisons

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#1
Or 64p at Tesco. Still... Omnomnom
#2
Nice of someone to vote it cold.
#3
Very high fat content buy yes taste nice !
#4
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.


do you want every single person to vote it hot? lol
#5
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.


There's no law against it if you don't think it's a good deal!
suspended 1 Like #6
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.

Some people always vote cold just to wind people up
2 Likes #7
I wonder if these are made in Cornwall - and whether the half price offer is because they can no longer be sold as Cornish Pasties
5 Likes #8
Ginsters do call themselves 'Ginsters of Cornwall' and their head office is in Cornwall. Whether these 'pasties' are actually made in Cornwall is another matter. Certainly they bear little relation to a real Cornish Pasty and it would be a travesty if they were allowed to continue to call this concoction of fat, flour and meat slurry a Cornish Pasty.
#9
bigsky
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.


There's no law against it if you don't think it's a good deal!


Hate the new adverts - voted cold


j/k :p

Edited By: MBeeching on Feb 28, 2011 17:14: typo
#10
killamanjaro
I wonder if these are made in Cornwall - and whether the half price offer is because they can no longer be sold as Cornish Pasties


They are made in Cornwall but they don't taste anything like a proper Cornish pasty. I can't imagine anyone in Cornwall would actually buy one of these!
1 Like #11
bigsky
killamanjaro
I wonder if these are made in Cornwall - and whether the half price offer is because they can no longer be sold as Cornish Pasties


They are made in Cornwall but they don't taste anything like a proper Cornish pasty. I can't imagine anyone in Cornwall would actually buy one of these!


You know I was really looking forward to my first real Cornish Pasty when I first went to Cornwall. I bought it at Lands End and the seagulls loved it .......I hated it. The meat in the filling had gristle on it, horrible.
#12
Is all of the Ginsters range half price or just the cornish pasty?

Heat added love Ginsters 8)
2 Likes #13
bigsky
... I can't imagine anyone in Cornwall would actually buy one of these!


I am Cornish and you Sir are correct.
#14
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.


School's out!
2 Likes #15
philmitchell
Nice of someone to vote it cold.


HOW DARE THEY!!!

It's beyond the pale this.

Beyond. THE.....PALE.

Personally, I don't like Pepper and Gristle - which is all these are...but voted cold for spite...haaaaawharrrrr!
1 Like #16
Last time these were on offer, I bought some and they had oingy boingy chewy bits in, put me off buying them again. They didn't used to be like that.
1 Like #17
Yuk
2 Likes #18
Lol, cornish pasty, more like dog food in pastry.
1 Like #19
Suburban food! :(
#20
There cornish steer clear oO
1 Like #21
Geordie Dummys
#22
You hear Cornwellians hark on about how a 'proper' Cornish Pasty contains good quality meat, but does anyone actualy make these?... << raised on greggs' finest. :{
3 Likes #23
How can this deal get hot, they are not worth the money at any price. It is not just because they are not proper cornish pasties or some other snobbery it is simply a fact that these are stuffed full of very poor quality meat. I have never had one of these that hasn't had some inedible lump of gristle in it, even cheap shops like Lidl do a much better quality.
1 Like #24
tfish - Feb 28, 2011 18:41
Geordie Dummys
lol X)
#25
It's got a 'brand name'. Surely everyone therefore should love them and vote hot.
#26
Probably worth 62p
#27
mistersquiddy
Ginsters do call themselves 'Ginsters of Cornwall' and their head office is in Cornwall. Whether these 'pasties' are actually made in Cornwall is another matter. Certainly they bear little relation to a real Cornish Pasty and it would be a travesty if they were allowed to continue to call this concoction of fat, flour and meat slurry a Cornish Pasty.

All Ginsters Cornish Pasties are made in Callington CORNWALL, my other half works there, we both agree they are horrid, stick to the slices and pies, they are much better! Ginsters also make products for Asda, Tesco, Morrisons,Co-op and M&S - so you are probably eating them without realising it!
1 Like #28
wh smiths travel stores £2.45
#29
OldEnglish
tfish - Feb 28, 2011 18:41
Geordie Dummys
lol X)
I gather that was supposed to be an insult ?? Shows your level of intelligence.
#30
They are rubbish i am cornish and would not eat them only a nice homemade one for me
#31
These are absolute rubbish, good price but rubbish quality, I always buy the proper "Crantock" pasties from off the Morrisons pie counter 2 for £1.80.
#32
kramvic
These are absolute rubbish, good price but rubbish quality, I always buy the proper "Crantock" pasties from off the Morrisons pie counter 2 for £1.80.


Have taken note to try these.
#33
Voted HOT purely on cost. I am in no way condoning people eating such **** but at 62p, it's better than eating your own hand in a fit of pure hunger. But hey ho, Ginsters won't be allowed to call them "Cornish" Pasty's for much longer. ;)
#34
Revolting. Unfortunately they likely will still be able to call them Cornish Pasties, as they meet all the designated criteria, including being produced in Cornwall.
#35
kernowdevil23
Voted HOT purely on cost. I am in no way condoning people eating such **** but at 62p, it's better than eating your own hand in a fit of pure hunger. But hey ho, Ginsters won't be allowed to call them "Cornish" Pasty's for much longer. ;)


I wonder who watched That Sunday Night Show last night then.
#36
Caz42
kramvic
These are absolute rubbish, good price but rubbish quality, I always buy the proper "Crantock" pasties from off the Morrisons pie counter 2 for £1.80.


Have taken note to try these.


Morrisons are supplied by Crantock Bakery who say on their site:
"Crantock Bakery started life some 25 years ago in the village of Crantock, when the local butcher started making a few pasties, using a recipe passed down from generation to generation by a fellow villager."
Well i can you that local butcher sold the company several years ago and they have since altered the recipe slightly and the pasties are no way near as good as they used to be. Fortunately, the original butcher who founded it setup Cornish Premier Pasties a couple of years ago and these in my opinion are the best pasties in Cornwall at the moment!
Just my input for those who want to try a genuinely great pasty :)
#37
kernowdevil23
Voted HOT purely on cost. I am in no way condoning people eating such **** but at 62p, it's better than eating your own hand in a fit of pure hunger. But hey ho, Ginsters won't be allowed to call them "Cornish" Pasty's for much longer. ;)


Who? Gingsters of Cornwall ?? oO
#38
mistersquiddy
Ginsters do call themselves 'Ginsters of Cornwall' and their head office is in Cornwall. Whether these 'pasties' are actually made in Cornwall is another matter. Certainly they bear little relation to a real Cornish Pasty and it would be a travesty if they were allowed to continue to call this concoction of fat, flour and meat slurry a Cornish Pasty.
just had some meat slurry for dinner delicious lol
#39
The worst excuse for a cornish pasty I have ever come across, if not the worst excuse for food. What on earth is that grey stuff thats supposed to be the meat.

I recently had one of the best cornish pasties I've tasted in years, from my local ASDA of all places. They've just had a Rowe's pasty counter put in and they're absolutely delicious. I'm sure I could probably get a better pasty in Cornwall, but these are the best I've had outside of there.
#40
killamanjaro
I wonder if these are made in Cornwall - and whether the half price offer is because they can no longer be sold as Cornish Pasties


my mum used to work in the factory in callington, cornwall. If they are still there then they could be classed as Cornish pasties IF they keep to the other rules (ingredients). Personally, i wouldnt touch them with yours. blurrrgh.

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