Thesaurus / pies
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The Cubans laugh at the Americans for mixing flour and sugar into pies and sweet-cakes.

It's a way we Irish have of putting our fingers into other people's pies!

MaxKatherine Cecil Thurston

Pies made of game should have a puff-paste, as they are generally for company.

Such pies are still made, but they are not usually the ones intended when pastry for pies is mentioned.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

A half dozen pies of this size ought to be enough for at least one picnic.

Their mother makes dozens of pies and loaves of bread and cake.

Pies should always be left so that a current of air will pass under them while cooling to keep the crust from soaking.

The Laurel Health CookeryEvora Bucknum Perkins

Fat pigs were killed a week or so previously, portions of which were made into Christmas pies of various kinds.

An army field oven only holds nine pies at a time, so every minute of the day had to be utilized.

The War Romance of the Salvation ArmyEvangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill

If roasted, it is better to cut it lengthways as a saddle; or if for steaks, pies, or broth.