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Sussex Pie
Pies and Pastries
Sussex

Filling of chopped apple and mixed dried fruits with sweet spices. (White 1932)

There is a Sussex legend of a 'Knucker', or water-dragon, being destroyed by being fed with a poisoned Sussex Pie.

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