Our Original 17 oz Beef Pasty - Large (beef, potato, onion and rutabagas seasoned and wrapped in our signature tender, flaky crust)
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Tastes like home.
Posted by Terry on 5th Feb 2018
I'm in Georgia now and needless to say they've never heard of a pasty. I share them with southern folks and they love em!
brings me back
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jan 2018
I thought the pasty was very original brought me back when I was young and we would stop at a shack on the side of road in the up.
Best Pasties ever!!
Posted by Rebecca a haas on 13th Nov 2017
These are far and away the best pasties you will find. I order a supply every fall to hold me thru the winter. SO much flavor, crust is perfect. HIghly recommend!!
Posted by Edward Wisnewski on 30th Oct 2017
This is my second time I have ordered. They are very close to the ones my mother made and she was from Iron Mountain area. The filling is delicious and crust is very flaky, I do brush a beaten egg on pastie when I bake it makes it a very nice brown color.
I guess the only down side is the UPS cost to ship them to me in California so I order at least 10 at a time as they arrive frozen and have cooking directions in box.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Aug 2017
Pasties arrived on time. First layer (we bought 24) of pasties were not frozen. All the rest were fine (and tasty).
Best pastie I have ever had.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2017
We live in Southwest MI and only get to the UP once a year and always have your pasties when we are there but we are unable to get up there this year so we had to order some and they were perfect.
Enjoy The Best Pasty's Available
Posted by Todd D. Mosconi on 13th Mar 2017
These brought back such memories. I haven't lived in the UP in more than 25 years, but these put a smile back on my face.
Where's the Beef?
Posted by Dennis on 25th Jan 2017
The pasties have a good flavor but are very light on meat.
98% There on Mom's Pasties!!!
Posted by Daniel E Peters on 22nd Dec 2016
I moved out of the U.P.'s Kewauna Peninsula (The Copper Country) to Wisconsin when I was 19. My paternal grandparents came to Michigan in 1914 from Cornwall England, the birthplace of the Cornish Pasty. My Mom learned the art of great pasty making from my Gramma Peters and they were a favorite in our house. I'm now 61 years old and both of my parents are now passed. I Googled U.P. Pasties and discovered Lawry's Pasties and placed an order for 12 of the 17 oz. pasties. I have eaten tow thus far and was impressed and delighted with the quality of the crust and the ingredients. They are very delicious and I plan to buy more through the rest of my life!!!
PS: I have purchased had MANY mediocre pasties in my life and am giving Lawry's 4.98 Stars out of 5, Mom & Gramma get 5-Stars. Not a bad ranking for Lawry's due to the other two high-achievers in my post-script.
Dan Peters, Manitowoc, WI
Old School Eats!
Posted by K.I. Smith Sr. on 21st Dec 2016
I used to be stationed in the "UP" in the 80's and had eaten pasties there. Once I relocated and after retiring from the Air Force, I and remembered these jewels of culinary delight. Soooo living in the DC area i found this site and ordered several times. Now my house have experienced the all in one pasty meal and are sold. We are taking the recent order to a beach house over the holidays for a quick complete meal.
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