Niet tovarich, it must be pinched across the top for a traditional Cornish pasty. Other regional pasties are no doubt available (and edible) in various configurations, yet to be a true Cornish pasty it has to have a top crimp
I explain it easily with my own stupidity.
I knew it was one way or the other and clearly got it wrong.
If I am going to be held responsible for my own brain then frankly I regard it as highly unfair.
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