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Trunk Pie
Pies and Pastries
Historic

General term for a large pie (see; Yorkshire Pie, Staffordshire Goose Pie, Cumberland Game Pie, Derby Pie), as opposed to a Chewitt, a very tiny pie.


A decorated giant Trunk Pie
The Illustrated London Cookery Book, 1852


See:
Denby Dale Pie
Trunk Pie
Yorkshire Pie

Cumberland Game Pie
Derby Pie


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