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Chiddingly Onion Pie
Sussex

Said in the area to be the "pie which you serve to people who have outstayed their welcome."

This supposed dish is a joke reference to the 'Chiddingly Onion Pie murder' of 1852 where Sarah Ann French killed her husband by feeding him poison in an onion pie - see www.sussex-opc.org

For a real dish see: Chiddingly Hot Pot


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