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Old 12-15-2008, 10:23 AM   #21
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Well, believe it or not- BOOM! Gone! My kids said they weren't hungry, but I picked them up while the pasties were in the oven and once they came in the door they were smitten. Just a little 1/2 pastie left for my lunch tomorrow! Not one picture.
Shoot, my boys eat me out of house and home at 5 and 3...can't imagine what they'll do at 18 and 16.


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Grama T's Red Onion Pasty in Negaunee are the best!

Albie's Pastys aren't too bad for supermarket fair from some troll company either. As kids we would always stop along 2 on the way north or south and pickup lunch at the roadside stands. Catsup and/or mustard but never gravy. :P


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Old 12-22-2008, 03:48 AM   #23
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Sure you betcha. Ga demers. I was up in the U.P. a few weeks ago, and I never did get around to getting a pasty. The group I was with wouldn't stop, and I was almost out of money on the way back. I should have sold some blood or something to get me a pasty.

Luckily, I work about 10 minutes from Barb's Copper County Pasty's & Pizza's in Clawson. I really think that they are the closest thing that you can find down here with out making them at home. In fact, I might get one for lunch tomorrow if I can scrounge up a sawbuck.

But here is a serious question...how do you all like your pasty's?? Plain, with gravy, or with ketchup? I'm a gravy man myself, but I have heard that asking for gravy north of the bridge can you you a beat down.
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I like them plain, by my family eats them with ketchup.

Which reminds me- I bought frozen pasties yesterday. Some with rutabaga and some without. Whoever is coming to the Dragonmeade in Warren on Friday can have some! They'll be still frozen, in my truck in a cooler.

I imagine Revvy will want one or two, but anybody else?
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I've only ever had them plain...though gravy sounds good.
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Ketchup or brown mustard but usually plain with a brown ale.

Gravy on your pasty?! That's for poutine, you heathen!
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(sorry for late addition to thread)

Every year a bunch of us go camp on the shores of the Dead River upstream of Marquette, which means we have to stop at Lawry's at least once (usually once on the way in, and once to the store in Ishpeming on the way home). Is that the best pasty joint in town?

I would still take a cudighi over a pasty, though.
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When Yoop came down the day after Christmas she let me have her Pasties Erm, I mean she brought me a couple of frozen one's . I had one the other night with some homemade gravy, and it was fantastic, much better than that other one I had...

YUM!!!
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I like them plain, by my family eats them with ketchup.

Which reminds me- I bought frozen pasties yesterday. Some with rutabaga and some without. Whoever is coming to the Dragonmeade in Warren on Friday can have some! They'll be still frozen, in my truck in a cooler.

I imagine Revvy will want one or two, but anybody else?


Um, still waitin'! And I'll take mine with rutabaga.
Meh, nevermind, as I said earlier, I'll make my own.
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Um, still waitin'! And I'll take mine with rutabaga.
Meh, nevermind, as I said earlier, I'll make my own.
Well, you can either come up here and pick them up, or wait until I come down there in March.

I've never had Lawry's, so I don't know if they are the best in the UP. I like the local one here in town, called "The Pasty Corner". It's easy to find- it's, um, right on the corner.


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