They’d travel this far for my pasty, too!
A group have carried out a 220-mile round trip to taste a pasty.
More than 100 ‘foodies’ travelled from Bristol to Kingsbridge in Devon to give it a try, reports the BBC.
They enjoyed their food during two lunch sittings organised at the local church hall next to the butchers.
Gerald Creed, from Bugler Coaches, organised the trip after he tasted the snack.
The pasty is made by Lidstone’s butchers who have been in business in the town for more than 100 years.
Manager Chris Sroka said: “We use the finest quality beef from our farm at Blackawton and potatoes from a local grower – that makes all the difference,” he said.
The things people will do for food, really!