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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
/bˈeɪkwɛl tˈɑːɹt/
noun
an English pie with a short crust pastry filled with jam, almonds and frangipane
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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
/ˈkɹɪsp/
noun
a dessert made with fruit that is baked and topped with oats and brown sugar
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apple pie
/ˈæpəl pˈaɪ/
noun
a traditional American dessert made with a pastry crust filled with sliced apples, sugar, and spices, often served warm and accompanied by ice cream or whipped cream
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blueberry pie
/blˈuːbɛɹi pˈaɪ/
noun
a dessert made from a pastry crust filled with sweetened blueberries and often flavored with lemon juice, cinnamon, or other spices
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cobbler
/ˈkɑbɫɝ/
noun
a dessert made from a fruit filling, such as peaches or berries, topped with a batter or biscuit dough
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custard pie
/kˈʌstɚd pˈaɪ/
noun
a dessert made from a pastry crust filled with a mixture of milk, eggs, sugar, and vanilla or other flavorings
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pecan pie
/pᵻkˈɑːn pˈaɪ/
noun
a sweet dessert pie that typically consists of a filling made from pecans, eggs, sugar, corn syrup, and butter, baked in a pastry crust
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pumpkin pie
/pˈʌmpkɪn pˈaɪ/
noun
a sweet dessert pie that typically consists of a spiced pumpkin-based custard filling, baked in a pastry crust
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rhubarb pie
/ɹˈuːbɑːɹb pˈaɪ/
noun
a tart and sweet dessert pie that typically consists of a filling made from chopped rhubarb, sugar, and often other fruits, baked in a pastry crust
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cottage pie
/kˈɑːɾɪdʒ pˈaɪ/
noun
a classic British dish made with minced meat, usually beef, that is topped with mashed potatoes and baked in the oven
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deep-dish pie
/dˈiːpdˈɪʃ pˈaɪ/
noun
a type of pie that has a high crust which allows for a larger amount of filling, typically made with fruit, cream, or custard
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lemon meringue pie
/lˈɛmən mɚɹˈæŋ pˈaɪ/
noun
a sweet and tangy dessert pie that typically consists of a lemon-based filling topped with a fluffy meringue made from whipped egg whites and sugar
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kidney pie
/kˈɪdni pˈaɪ/
noun
a savory dish made with diced beef or lamb kidneys, vegetables, herbs, and gravy, baked in a pastry crust
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pork pie
/pˈoːɹk pˈaɪ/
noun
a savory pastry that consists of a filling made from ground pork, seasoned with herbs and spices
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shoofly pie
/ʃˈuːfli pˈaɪ/
noun
a traditional dessert that is popular in the Pennsylvania Dutch and Amish communities, and is made with a sweet and sticky filling of molasses and brown sugar
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squash pie
/skwˈɑːʃ pˈaɪ/
noun
a dessert pie made with a filling consisting of mashed squash, eggs, sugar, and spices, baked in a pastry crust
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potpie
/ˈpɑtˌpaɪ/
noun
pieces of meat and vegetables topped with pastry and then baked in a deep dish
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meat pie
/mˈiːt pˈaɪ/
noun
a savory pastry dish typically filled with a mixture of ground or diced meat and various vegetables or seasonings
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pizza pie
/pˈiːtsə pˈaɪ/
noun
a round, open-faced savory dish consisting of a flattened dough base topped with tomato sauce, cheese, and various other toppings such as meats, vegetables, and herbs
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quiche
/ˈkiʃ/
noun
a tart filled with a mixture of eggs, cheese, milk, and vegetables, originated in France
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rissole
/ɹˈɪsoʊl/
noun
cooked meat that is cut into very small pieces, covered in breadcrumbs and fried
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sausage roll
/sˈɔːsɪdʒ ɹˈoʊl/
noun
a savory pastry snack that typically consists of a sausage meat filling wrapped in flaky pastry
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fried pie
/fɹaɪd paɪ/
noun
a hand-sized pastry that consists of a sweet or savory filling encased in a folded or sealed dough
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Derby pie
/dɜːbi paɪ/
noun
a popular American dessert pie made with a filling of pecans, chocolate chips, and a sweet, bourbon-laced custard
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cream pie
/kɹiːm paɪ/
noun
a type of pie made with a creamy filling, often consisting of a cooked or flavored custard, whipped cream, or a combination of both
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Bedfordshire clanger
/bˈɛdfɚdʃɚ klˈæŋɡɚ/
noun
a traditional British pastry consisting of a suet crust wrapped around a savory filling on one end and a sweet filling on the other
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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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pie
/ˈpaɪ/
noun
a food that is made by baking fruits, vegetables, or meat inside one or multiple layers of pastry
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tart
/ˈtɑɹt/
noun
a pie with no top filled with something sweet or savory
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