Proper Cornish “The” Pasty Makers, took a clean sweep of the Professional Category at the World Pasty Championships, held at the Eden Project.
Its youngest development chef, Jack Edensor, took gold, while Damian Grochowalski and Paula Heath – two other members of the Proper Cornish team – took home silver and bronze respectively.
A fantastic achievement, and one which the company is extremely proud of.
Chris Pauling, managing director of Proper Cornish, said” “We are thrilled to have taken a clean sweep of this very prestigious category.
“With credentials like these, when working with us, you know you are in safe hands. Our passion for great quality Cornish pasties is second to none”.
(photo, courtesy of the Eden Project)
Cornish Pasty Company
First – Rowe’s
Second – Cornish Bakehouse
Third – Prima Bakeries Ltd
Open Savoury Company
First – Pure Pasty Co. with a turkey and cranberry pasty.
Second – Rowe’s with a chicken Thai red curry pasty.
Third – Friary Mill with a vegan curry pasty.
Cornish Pasty Professional
First – Jack Edensor from Bodmin
Second – Damian Grochowalski from Bodmin
Third – Paula Heath from Bodmin
Open Savoury Professional
First – Jill Martin from Deal in Kent with an egg, bacon and sausage pasty.
Second – Paula Heath from Bodmin with a smoked ham ploughman’s pasty
Third – Jill Martin from Deal in Kent with a cheese, apple and onion pasty.
Cornish Pasty Amateur
First – Billy Deakin from Redruth
Second – Vanessa Farr from Bristol
Third – Rhys Heath from Bodmin
Open Savoury Amateur
First – Don McKeever from Bristol with a butter chicken, butternut squash and mushroom pasty
Second – Jon Lovejoy from Plymouth with a beer and spaghetti pasty.
Third – Katy Biddle from Portskewett, Monmouthshire, Wales with a Welsh lamb curry pasty
Cornish Pasty Junior
First – Summer Lovejoy
Second – Millie Pietrowicz
Third – Jodie Health
Open Savoury Junior
First – Amy Meredith, with a chilli beef pasty
Second – Jodie Heath, with a sweet and sour chicken pasty
Third – Imogen Hawkins, with a chicken, onion, carrot and pea pasty.