No fooling the pasty-loving south-west contingent

‘I actually spat out my piece of straw and almost jumped out of my smock,’ writes Alan Champion from Fitzgerald Lighting, Cornwall apropos the Malcolm Garrett smuggled meat pie story (Diary, DW 12 December 2002).

‘The picture accompanying the diary story was clearly a tasty Cornish pasty.’ He concludes with, ‘Down here in the far-flung design wilderness things may be somewhat distanced from the “fast lane”, but when it comes to pasties we definitely know our onions.’ Rumbled. Damn it.

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