Simon has been busy in the kitchen cooking up something new for summer 🌞 After several iterations and lots of sampling, we’ve selected our favourite recipe and it’s ready to unleash.
Just in time for the warmer weather, we give you the Ruby Murray Pasty. Why the Ruby Murray? It’s cockney rhyming slang for a curry, of course!
Who on earth is Ruby Murray?
For those that don’t know, Ruby Murray was a singing sensation and the biggest-selling female artist of the 1950s. Curry became incredibly popular in the UK (hooray!) during the 70’s which is when the slang term was coined and Ruby’s status as a household name was concreted.
Fellow Devon lover!
Ruby lived out her last years in glorious Devon. In the early 1990s, she was a regular in the bars and pubs around Torquay harbour where she lived with her second hubby.
So after this legend of a lady, we think we may have created a legend of a pasty to add to our selection! This vegan-friendly delight is jam-packed with cauliflower, sweet spud, chickpeas and peas, a little mango chutney, all marinated in a coconutty (definitely a word!), creamy, classic blend of curry spices.
The perfect lunch to enjoy in the garden or pop in that picnic basket 🧺