Pie


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Pie

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 23.86 centimeters, or just under 11 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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NOTE: Other flavor pies may be prepared using the same proportions of milk, different INSTANT pudding and pie filling mix flavors and whipped cream as noted above.
The case-to-filling ratio on these little pies make them ideal for pastry fiends (if only they'd add a few greens on the side to ease the guilt).
Pies and Tarts with Heart (ISBN: 978-1-59253-846-1) is a 159-page book.
Our gourmet pies include peppered steak, minted lamb and our best-seller, steak and cheese, which is our version of the iconic Kiwi favourite.
The shop's most famous pies include the banana cream pie, apple pie and the Veyo Volcano pie, which is named after a mountain summit in the Veyo area.
While Table Talk has built its success on its 4-inch snack pies, it introduced 8-inch pies during the holiday season in the 1980s.
The individual pies will be available in steak and chicken & mushroom, rsp 1.
First, the pies are shrink-wrapped and placed in a 12 x 12 x 6, foam-filled corrugated box along with serving instructions.
But trans-free pies and cakes can also be heart hazards.
Social club members weren't telling porkies when they ate all the pies in a bid to find the best.