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Stand Pie
Pies and Pastries
Yorkshire

Name used in parts of Yorkshire for a raised hot-water crust pie filled with minced pork in jelly. Generally with a thin, glazed, crust

The name may derive from an old use of 'stand' to mean; "An open tub; a barrel set on end." (OED)


A Yorkshire Stand Pie
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Keelham Farm Shop, Thornton, Bradford, 2013





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