Going to England is on my bucket list, and while there, I want to visit Cornwall and have a real Cornish pasty, preferably with brown gravy. Sounds delicious.
Of course, I also want to visit somewhere that serves a real afternoon tea, and try clotted cream on scones. Scones are no mystery to me. They're essentially Southern biscuits with sugar. Or more accurately, Southern biscuits are authentic scones with no sugar. It's essentially the same recipe. The only difference is the sugar content.
I love pot pies, and a pasty is just really a flattened beef pot pie. My aunt's grandmother was Cornish and she has a recipe for pasties. I may see if she's willing to give it to me so I can try them for myself.