Mmmmmm…I have no idea where to get them here. I’ve heard you can get them in Cornwall, but I’m not sure.
They were originally used as lunch for hungry tin miners - they were made by the miner’s wives every day. The pasty was partitioned: half of the pasty was savoury and consisted of beef/steak, potato, onion, swedes and pepper (plus other stuff). The other half consisted of pudding - maybe apple pie or something. Real Cornish pasties are delicious. To experience the full experience one should be eaten outside by the sea on a windy day.