custard-filled pie


custard-filled pie
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English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • Pie — This article is about the baked good. For the mathematical constant, see Pi. For other uses, see Pie (disambiguation). A slice of an …   Wikipedia

  • custard pie — n a ↑pie filled with a substance that looks like custard, which people throw at each other as a joke in films, on television etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pie — What is the difference between a pie and a tart? On both sides of the Atlantic, a pie can contain meat, fish, or fruit, with the filling entirely enclosed by pastry, whereas a tart is more likely to be open on top and with a sweet filling such as …   Modern English usage

  • Custard tart — An individual egg custard tart from Nash s Bakery, The Covered Market, Oxford Custard tarts or flans pâtissier are a pastry consisting of an outer pastry crust filled with egg custard and baked. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • custard pie — noun a prop consisting of an open pie filled with real or artificial custard; thrown in slapstick comedies • Hypernyms: ↑property, ↑prop * * * custard pie noun (comedy) Slapstick, applied esp to early US films in which comedians threw custard… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Custard — This article focuses on egg thickened custards. For versions based on custard powder and their derivatives, see Bird s Custard. egg custard redirects here. For the egg custard tart, see egg custard tart. For other uses, see Custard… …   Wikipedia

  • pie — pie1 pielike, adj. /puy/, n. 1. a baked food having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding, etc., prepared in a pastry lined pan or dish and often topped with a pastry crust: apple pie; meat pie. 2. a layer cake with a filling of custard, cream jelly …   Universalium

  • PIE — Proto Indo European. * * * ▪ food       dish made by lining a shallow container with pastry and filling the container with a sweet or savoury mixture. A top crust may be added; the pie is baked until the crust is crisp and the filling is cooked… …   Universalium

  • custard — [15] A custard was originally a pie, which took its name from its ‘crust’ (Anglo Norman *crustade, the source of the word, was a derivative of Old French crouste, from which English got crust). The earliest English form was crustade, and… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • custard — [15] A custard was originally a pie, which took its name from its ‘crust’ (Anglo Norman *crustade, the source of the word, was a derivative of Old French crouste, from which English got crust). The earliest English form was crustade, and… …   Word origins

  • custard pie — noun A prop used in slapstick consisting of an open pie filled with custard or cream (or, more often nowadays, simply a paper plate covered with shaving foam or a similar substance) that is pushed into another persons face …   Wiktionary


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