mince pie

mince pie
mince pie
a pie with a filling of mincemeat

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  • mince pie — noun count a type of PIE that is filled with mincemeat, usually eaten at Christmas …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Mince pie — A modern mince pie, cut through its centre A mince pie, also known as minced pie, is a small British sweet pie traditionally served during the Christmas season. Its ingredients are traceable to the 13th century, when returning European crusaders… …   Wikipedia

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