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After Haggerty

A: David Mercer Pf: 1970, London Pb: 1970 G: Pol. com. in 2 ...


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The Oxford Companion to Food (3 ed.)

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...fillings for pies, such as shepherd’s pie and Cornish pasties ( see pasty ), and potato pastry. The nomenclature of potato dishes seems to encourage whimsicality. Besides some of the Irish and Welsh examples, there is a tasty and euphonious dish from Northumberland called Pan haggerty (made from layers of sliced potatoes, onions, and cheese fried in a pan then browned under the grill), and the Scottish Tatties ‘n’ herring made from salted herrings which, once desalted, are steamed sitting atop potatoes as they boil in their jackets. Another Scottish dish is...