mince pie

mince pie

/mˈɪns pˈaɪ/
noun
a small pie or tart that is filled with sweet mincemeat, typically served at Christmas

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Bakewell tart

Bakewell tart

/bˈeɪkwɛl tˈɑːɹt/
noun
an English pie with a short crust pastry filled with jam, almonds and frangipane

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banoffee pie

banoffee pie

/bˈænɔfi pˈaɪ/
noun
an English dessert with a buttery base that is topped with bananas, cream and a thick caramel sauce

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crisp

crisp

/ˈkɹɪsp/
noun
a dessert made with fruit that is baked and topped with oats and brown sugar

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apple pie

apple pie

/ˈæpəl pˈaɪ/
noun
pie (with a top crust) containing sliced apples and sugar

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blueberry pie

blueberry pie

/blˈuːbɛɹi pˈaɪ/
noun
pie containing blueberries and sugar

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cobbler

cobbler

/ˈkɑbɫɝ/
noun
a pie made of fruit with rich biscuit dough usually only on top of the fruit

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custard pie

custard pie

/kˈʌstɚd pˈaɪ/
noun
a prop consisting of an open pie filled with real or artificial custard; thrown in slapstick comedies

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pecan pie

pecan pie

/pᵻkˈɑːn pˈaɪ/
noun
pie made of pecans and sugar and corn syrup and butter and eggs

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pumpkin pie

pumpkin pie

/pˈʌmpkɪn pˈaɪ/
noun
pie made of mashed pumpkin and milk and eggs and sugar

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rhubarb pie

rhubarb pie

/ɹˈuːbɑːɹb pˈaɪ/
noun
pie containing diced rhubarb and much sugar

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boston cream pie

boston cream pie

/bˈɔstən kɹˈiːm pˈaɪ/
noun
layer cake filled with custard

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cottage pie

cottage pie

/kˈɑːɾɪdʒ pˈaɪ/
noun
a dish of minced meat topped with mashed potatoes

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deep-dish pie

deep-dish pie

/dˈiːpdˈɪʃ pˈaɪ/
noun
a pie made of fruit with rich biscuit dough usually only on top of the fruit

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lemon meringue pie

lemon meringue pie

/lˈɛmən mɚɹˈæŋ pˈaɪ/
noun
pie containing lemon custard and topped with meringue

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kidney pie

kidney pie

/kˈɪdni pˈaɪ/
noun
like steak and kidney pie but without steak

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pork pie

pork pie

/pˈoːɹk pˈaɪ/
noun
small pie filled with minced seasoned pork

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shoofly pie

shoofly pie

/ʃˈuːfli pˈaɪ/
noun
open pie filled with a mixture of sweet crumbs and molasses

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squash pie

squash pie

/skwˈɑːʃ pˈaɪ/
noun
similar to pumpkin pie but made with winter squash instead of pumpkin

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potpie

potpie

/ˈpɑtˌpaɪ/
noun
pieces of meat and vegetables topped with pastry and then baked in a deep dish

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meat pie

meat pie

/mˈiːt pˈaɪ/
noun
pie made with meat or fowl enclosed in pastry or covered with pastry or biscuit dough

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pizza pie

pizza pie

/pˈiːtsə pˈaɪ/
noun
Italian open pie made of thin bread dough spread with a spiced mixture of e.g. tomato sauce and cheese

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charlotte

charlotte

/ˈʃɑɹɫət/
noun
a cooked dessert made with sponge cake, biscuits or lady fingers placed in a mold and filled with whipped cream and fruits

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quiche

quiche

/ˈkiʃ/
noun
a tart filled with a mixture of eggs, cheese, milk, and vegetables, originated in France

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rissole

rissole

/ɹˈɪsoʊl/
noun
cooked meat that is cut into very small pieces, covered in breadcrumbs and fried

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sausage roll

sausage roll

/sˈɔːsɪdʒ ɹˈoʊl/
noun
sausage meat rolled and baked in pastry

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fried pie

fried pie

/fɹaɪd paɪ/
noun
*** mainly dessert pies that are similar to turnovers, except that they are smaller and fried. The fruit filling is wrapped in the dough, similar to the dough of a pie crust

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derby pie

derby pie

/dɜːbi paɪ/
noun
*** a chocolate and walnut open-faced custard pie baked in a (pre-baked) pie shell

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cream pie

cream pie

/kɹiːm paɪ/
noun
*** a type of pie filled with a rich custard or pudding that is made from milk, cream, sugar, wheat flour, and eggs

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bedfordshire clanger

bedfordshire clanger

/bɛdfɚdʃɚ klæŋɡɚ/
noun
*** a dish from Bedfordshire and adjacent counties in England, such as Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire

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crumble

crumble

/ˈkɹəmbəɫ/
noun
‌a dessert made from fruit that is covered with a rough mixture of flour, butter and sugar, cooked in the oven and usually served hot

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