These fine Cornish pasties were made with the famous John McGivern from Milwaukee Public Television's show "Around the Corner with John McGivern", hence the kinda weird looking one in the bunch.  We had a lot of good laughs making these pasties for television with Mr McGivern in 2015!  John is an actor by trade, best known for his Emmy-award winning work on MPTV.  You can watch the whole episode filmed right here in Rhinelander, WI on the YouTube link below.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xIx0IpZhik&feature=youtu.be  

These fine Cornish pasties were made with the famous John McGivern from Milwaukee Public Television's show "Around the Corner with John McGivern", hence the kinda weird looking one in the bunch.  We had a lot of good laughs making these pasties for television with Mr McGivern in 2015!  John is an actor by trade, best known for his Emmy-award winning work on MPTV.  You can watch the whole episode filmed right here in Rhinelander, WI on the YouTube link below.   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xIx0IpZhik&feature=youtu.be

 

Cooking is Easy!

Baking your pasties at home is a cinch.  First we'll start with the most widely used method of reheating your parbaked frozen pasty; in the oven. 

  1. Preheat oven 350 degrees.  Unwrap your pasty that is either thawed out or frozen.  If you put your pasty in the fridge overnight or let it thaw another way, it will reheat faster.  This is the best way to reheat your pasty.
  2. Bake 15 mins if thawed and 45 mins if solid frozen.  

  3. Remember you can use the pasty wrapper as a pan liner, as it is a high quality parchment paper.  Now clean up is a cinch too!  Just please, remove the label sticker for goodness sake.  

Many people get creative with how they heat up their pasty when they take them to work, the campground, the in-laws, etc.  Toaster ovens, grills, camp fires and those crazy NuWave ovens are all good ways to reheat your pasty.  We do hear about a microwave being used from time to time.  Hey, it's your pasty man, whatever it takes to have a great tasting hot meal, we get it.  Please use common sense when experimenting with your delicious dinner, we don't want you to burn them and go hungry!