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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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Of course, mincemeat used to actually contain meat (usually beef or mutton), hence the name, alongside the currants and raisins, mixed spices, lemons, sugar and beef suet we are familiar with today.
Undeniably, the successful invasion and seizure of Sicily in the summer of 1943, with its lower than expected casualty figure of 7,000 deaths out of an invasion force of 160,000 participants, can readily be traced to the successful execution of Operation Mincemeat.
21) Nevertheless, Mincemeat succeeded because the deception plan followed important and fundamental principles of military deception.
Very similar in texture to the connoisseur pies with decent juicy mincemeat.
Mincemeat is a centuries-old fare with a rich heritage dating to 1413, when it was served at the coronation of King Henry V in England.
Add mincemeat, orange and lemon zest, spices and toasted pecan nuts and mix thoroughly.
He added: 'For example, more than 24million glass jars of mincemeat,pickles and cranberry sauce will be consumed.
Ingredients 200g plain flour, 100g cold butter, one orange, one egg, 200g mincemeat, 150g carton custard, milk for brushing, icing sugar for dusting
Created especially for the occasion, this golden and short pastry flan is made with creme patissiere, topped with mincemeat, gently latticed with pastry, and finished with a dusting of sugar snow and a drizzle of fondant.
So it should come as no surprise that the Blue Jays made mincemeat of the Angels' bullpen Tuesday.
Then it was over to Newbury for his next best where Zaahid made mincemeat of his rivals at 7-2 to give our man a sparkling near 67-1 double.
Fold in the mincemeat and spoon into the muffin cases (about 2/3full).