fish pie
fish, minced and baked with potatoes, and sometimes mixed with vegetables, in a pastry

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • Fish pie — A plate of fish pie Fish pie is a traditional British dish. The pie is usually made with white fish (for example cod, haddock or halibut) in a white or béchamel sauce made using the milk the fish was poached in. Prawns and hard boiled eggs are… …   Wikipedia

  • fish-pie — fish, minced and baked with potatoes, and sometimes mixed with vegetables, in a pastry …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Pie — This article is about the baked good. For the mathematical constant, see Pi. For other uses, see Pie (disambiguation). A slice of an …   Wikipedia

  • pie — a fish pie comprises minced fish baked with potatoes, and sometimes mixed with vegetables, in a pastry …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • pie — What is the difference between a pie and a tart? On both sides of the Atlantic, a pie can contain meat, fish, or fruit, with the filling entirely enclosed by pastry, whereas a tart is more likely to be open on top and with a sweet filling such as …   Modern English usage

  • pie — [ paı ] noun count or uncount * a food that consists of meat, vegetables, or fruit cooked inside a case of PASTRY or below a layer of it: apple/cherry/pumpkin pie a piece/slice of pie a. a mixture of vegetables, meat, or fish that is cooked with… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fish — (n.) O.E. fisc, from P.Gmc. *fiskaz (Cf. O.S., O.Fris., O.H.G. fisc, O.N. fiskr, M.Du. visc, Du. vis, Ger. Fisch, Goth. fisks), from PIE *peisk fish (Cf. L. piscis). The verb is O.E. fiscian (Cf. O.N …   Etymology dictionary

  • Fish out of Water — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda A Fish out of Water Episodio de Padre de familia Título Un pez fuera del agua (España) El pez fuera del estanque (Latinoamérica) Episodio nº Temporada 3 Episodio 10 Escrito por …   Wikipedia Español

  • pie — pie1 pielike, adj. /puy/, n. 1. a baked food having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding, etc., prepared in a pastry lined pan or dish and often topped with a pastry crust: apple pie; meat pie. 2. a layer cake with a filling of custard, cream jelly …   Universalium

  • pie — {{11}}pie (n.1) pastry, c.1300, from M.L. pie meat or fish enclosed in pastry, perhaps related to M.L. pia pie, pastry, also possibly connected with pica magpie (see PIE (Cf. pie) (n.2)) on notion of the bird s habit of collecting miscellaneous… …   Etymology dictionary

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