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Ascot Pie
Pies and Pastries

Large, rectangular pork, or pork and veal, with jelly, loaf-form tin-baked pie in hot water paste. Sliced and served cold.

Differs from a gala pie in that Ascot Pie never has eggs and usually has a crisper, more highly glazed, pastry.


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