Lizard pasty guru reveals recipie

Falmouth Packet: Lizard pasty guru reveals recipe Lizard pasty guru reveals recipe

Something very exciting has occurred this week for pasty lovers, Ann Muller, pictured, of the famous pasties out on The Lizard, has shared the secrets of her success.

Ann has revealed the recipe for her popular pastry creation.

Of course the ingredients are only part of what goes into making pasties that visitors drive hundreds of miles just to taste; whether Ann’s “magic” touch can be recreated in the home kitchen remains to be seen.

Make sure you pick up your copy of the Helston Packet tomorrow to see Ferguson’s Foodie Favourites reproduce the recipe in full – and her efforts in baking the “perfect” pasty. 

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4:41pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent.

I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet. Gillian Zella Martin 09

11:14am Wed 4 Dec 13

MARTIN GILL says...

Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote:
I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent.

I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
[quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money. MARTIN GILL

9:51pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Ken Helston says...

MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
I think Falmouth is a dump.
[quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]I think Falmouth is a dump. Ken Helston

3:05pm Thu 5 Dec 13

meerkats says...

MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote:
I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent.

I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
There is a Butchers shop in Hayle, that sells lovely pasties , never tried any in Falmouth.
[quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]There is a Butchers shop in Hayle, that sells lovely pasties , never tried any in Falmouth. meerkats

3:11pm Thu 5 Dec 13

GrahamHarris says...

I wouldn't bother with hers anyway, best pasties on the Lizard are from the Snack Shack by far.

Also as Falmouth seems to be getting slated, has nobody had pasties from Choak's? - gorgeous!!! :-)
I wouldn't bother with hers anyway, best pasties on the Lizard are from the Snack Shack by far. Also as Falmouth seems to be getting slated, has nobody had pasties from Choak's? - gorgeous!!! :-) GrahamHarris

3:25pm Thu 5 Dec 13

meerkats says...

GrahamHarris wrote:
I wouldn't bother with hers anyway, best pasties on the Lizard are from the Snack Shack by far.

Also as Falmouth seems to be getting slated, has nobody had pasties from Choak's? - gorgeous!!! :-)
I must amend my former comment, i had completely forgotten about Choaks Pasties , and was thinking more of the shops in the town. Yes i have had a pasty from there and it was delicious.
[quote][p][bold]GrahamHarris[/bold] wrote: I wouldn't bother with hers anyway, best pasties on the Lizard are from the Snack Shack by far. Also as Falmouth seems to be getting slated, has nobody had pasties from Choak's? - gorgeous!!! :-)[/p][/quote]I must amend my former comment, i had completely forgotten about Choaks Pasties , and was thinking more of the shops in the town. Yes i have had a pasty from there and it was delicious. meerkats

5:41pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

Ken Helston wrote:
MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
I think Falmouth is a dump.
Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets.
[quote][p][bold]Ken Helston[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]I think Falmouth is a dump.[/p][/quote]Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets. Gillian Zella Martin 09

5:45pm Thu 5 Dec 13

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote:
I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent.

I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
Look on the bright side at least you have a good selection of food outlets in Falmouth that are open all year and not just seasonal.
[quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]Look on the bright side at least you have a good selection of food outlets in Falmouth that are open all year and not just seasonal. Gillian Zella Martin 09

11:35am Sat 7 Dec 13

MARTIN GILL says...

Ken Helston wrote:
MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
I think Falmouth is a dump.
Who is this STROKER that calls itself 'Ken from Helston'?. In my Post about Pasties, i commented that you can't get a decent one in Falmouth. I have incidentally 'Ken', tried every Pastie shop in the Town including the one in Killigrew that is C----s. They are as one, pretty dire. I repeat, in my opinion the best Pasties that i have tried are to be found in the Helston/ Lizard and Hayle area. I have not tried any in North Cornwall, so i cannot comment on their quality.
You say that Falmouth is a 'Dump'; well you ought to try walking through the Town Centre my friend, to see the new Retail outlets springing up. I am impressed by just how much it has improved in such a short time following the recession. Like other Towns, including Helston, a number of Retail outlets have closed and yes one or two premises remain empty.
I think people are to blame for dragging their Town down by their behaviour ie, vandalism/ theft/ assaults. So if one refers to any particular Town as a 'dump', remember that it is the minority trying to spoil it for the majority.
[quote][p][bold]Ken Helston[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]I think Falmouth is a dump.[/p][/quote]Who is this STROKER that calls itself 'Ken from Helston'?. In my Post about Pasties, i commented that you can't get a decent one in Falmouth. I have incidentally 'Ken', tried every Pastie shop in the Town including the one in Killigrew that is C----s. They are as one, pretty dire. I repeat, in my opinion the best Pasties that i have tried are to be found in the Helston/ Lizard and Hayle area. I have not tried any in North Cornwall, so i cannot comment on their quality. You say that Falmouth is a 'Dump'; well you ought to try walking through the Town Centre my friend, to see the new Retail outlets springing up. I am impressed by just how much it has improved in such a short time following the recession. Like other Towns, including Helston, a number of Retail outlets have closed and yes one or two premises remain empty. I think people are to blame for dragging their Town down by their behaviour ie, vandalism/ theft/ assaults. So if one refers to any particular Town as a 'dump', remember that it is the minority trying to spoil it for the majority. MARTIN GILL

11:42am Sat 7 Dec 13

MARTIN GILL says...

Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote:
Ken Helston wrote:
MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
I think Falmouth is a dump.
Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets.
If you care to walk the length of the Town Centre, ( as i did on the first of the late Shopping nights) you will i think be struck by just how vibrant it has become lately. I know there are probably to many Art Galleries, but the number of Food outlets has increased and the Kings Head Pub is open again.
[quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ken Helston[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]I think Falmouth is a dump.[/p][/quote]Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets.[/p][/quote]If you care to walk the length of the Town Centre, ( as i did on the first of the late Shopping nights) you will i think be struck by just how vibrant it has become lately. I know there are probably to many Art Galleries, but the number of Food outlets has increased and the Kings Head Pub is open again. MARTIN GILL

10:09pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote:
Ken Helston wrote:
MARTIN GILL wrote:
Gillian Zella Martin 09 wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.
It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.
I think Falmouth is a dump.
Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets.
If you care to walk the length of the Town Centre, ( as i did on the first of the late Shopping nights) you will i think be struck by just how vibrant it has become lately. I know there are probably to many Art Galleries, but the number of Food outlets has increased and the Kings Head Pub is open again.
I do have cause to visit Falmouth fairly regularly and whilst there I walk through the town, it is a lovely town and has much to offer, I like the surrounding areas too such as Penryn and Mabe.
[quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ken Helston[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MARTIN GILL[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gillian Zella Martin 09[/bold] wrote: I don't know if she still sells them, but there was a lady making pasties and selling them from her house in Coverack and they were excellent. I will be interested to see the recipe of Ann's pasties in tomorrow's Packet.[/p][/quote]It seems to me that this area, together with Hayle produce some of the best Pasties. You can't seem to get a good Pastie in Falmouth for love or money.[/p][/quote]I think Falmouth is a dump.[/p][/quote]Falmouth is not a dump it is a lovely town with some intelligent and positive thinking people, including the Falmouth and surrounding area people that post on here, the town has many great assets.[/p][/quote]If you care to walk the length of the Town Centre, ( as i did on the first of the late Shopping nights) you will i think be struck by just how vibrant it has become lately. I know there are probably to many Art Galleries, but the number of Food outlets has increased and the Kings Head Pub is open again.[/p][/quote]I do have cause to visit Falmouth fairly regularly and whilst there I walk through the town, it is a lovely town and has much to offer, I like the surrounding areas too such as Penryn and Mabe. Gillian Zella Martin 09

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