When Cornish miners came to southwestern Wisconsin in the early 19th century to work the newly opened lead mines there, they brought a taste for pasties with them. Cornish wives filled the hearty, hand-held pies with almost anything — meat, fish, fowl, vegetables, even cooked fruit. The traditional lives on at The Walker House in Mineral Point, where the customary pasty features beef and potatoes.
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