Steaming hot pasty for sale.  This stained glass trinket portrays a regional food specialty from Cornish mining history.  Meat and potatoes and other root vegetables were baked in a sturdy crust. It kept itself warm in the lunch pail all morning, ready for a hardy meal for the hard-working he-man.  Still served today in pockets of the world with Cornish traditions -- only now we add the luxuries of ketchup or butter or even gravy.  Not for the dainty eater.  Pasty is pronounced with a short "a" as in a sample of the "past." 

This replica of the classic pasty measures 3" wide and comes with a 6.5" chain ready to hang in your kitchen, on your Christmas tree, or wherever you want a memento of classic portable food history.

 For display only, do not eat.