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Pattie Pie
Pies and Pastries
North West

Small double-crust pie, identical in form to Whist Pies - moulded oval base c3ins diameter, 2ins high - but made with shortcrust rather than hot-water pastry, filled with agglomerated minced meat in jelly and topped with an irregular scrap of pastry.


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