Pasties with Mint, Ginger and Peas / Piroger med Mynte, Ingefær og Erter

A great picnic recipe found on cookingcannaltv.com461_Beef Pasties with Mint, Ginger and Peas_post

Reinvent the Cornish pasty — a crimped half-moon pastry filled with beef and root vegetables — by sourcing flavors found in Mexican empanadas and Indian samosas.

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Pirate Pirogues / Piratpiroger

Classic picnic pirogues found on joker.no217_piratpiroger_post

Pirogues is actually originally a Russian pastry butter dough with meat, cabbage, jam and the like. These pirate pirogues are inspired by the Russian cuisine.

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Pirogues With Jarlsberg Cheese And Ham / Norske Piroger

A recipe from The Hairy Bikers visit to Norway
found on BBC/FOOD
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187_norwegian pirogi4The Hairy Bikers writes about the recipe: Every country has something like these little pies – Polish pirogues, Indian samosas, Spanish and Argentinian empanadas – and this is Norway’s version, made with Jarlsberg cheese and caraway seeds for that special Norwegian flavour. We give these dix points! If you’re a lazybones you could use puff pastry, but you’ll end up with something that’s more like a fried pasty. Try these as a great little starter or beer blotter.

I must admit I’ve never had Norwegian pirogues like these, but I agree with the bikers, the Jarlsberg cheese, smoked ham and the caraway seeds would give them a very Norwegian taste – Ted 

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