custard pie

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a prop consisting of an open pie filled with real or artificial custard

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Pie-EYED Watson is next in line to receive the custard pie treatment on the Jimmy Fallon show
The Phantom Flan Flinger was told he couldn't throw the custard pie in people's faces but had to place it there.
This classic apple and custard pie was one of the most popular items on the Thanksgiving menu in the early 1800s, and it was served not as a dessert, but with the meal.
While summarising on England's 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw in Ukraine on Tuesday, 5 Live's Danny Mills was given the largest custard pie imaginable by the station's top commentator Mike Ingham.
Ms Deng is famous for springing to her husband's aid when a protester threw a custard pie at him as he appeared before MPs to answer questions about phone hacking in 2011.
The World Custard Pie Throwing Championships splatted down in Kent on Saturday.
99 IF your kids are clamouring for a spot of high-wire activity or are desperate to throw a custard pie in a clown's face, you've probably stumbled upon the right mini-games combo here.
We would also urge bureaucrats to take a closer look at custard pie throwing.
Chess pie is a little richer than a custard pie and made with vanilla, sugar, eggs, cornmeal, and a little vinegar, while our chocolate pie is like a fudge brownie in a pie shell.
Recipes that stand out include Golden Glazed Donuts, Black Bottom Blondies, Peanut Butter Bombs, Chai "Cheese" Cake, Marshmallow Mud Cake, Peach Melba Layer Cake, Self-Frosting Peanut Butter Cupcakes, Baklava Tarts, Strawberry Spirals, and Coconut Custard Pie.
Barker creates out-of-the-ordinary twists on classic recipes such as Apple Rhubarb Cardamom Crumb Cake, Buttermilk Vanilla Bean Custard Pie, Peanut Butter Cheesecake, Milk Chocolate Pound Cake, Lemon Pecan Tart, and Key Lime Souffle Pudding.
One website had posted a pounds 10,000 reward for anyone managing to dodge Channel 4 security and throw a custard pie in her face.
He enjoyed another brief moment of international fame in 1998, however, after he threw a custard pie at Microsoft boss Bill Gates during a reception in Brussels.
A fifty-nine-second appearance, enough time to send a message to television about television, enough time above all to broadcast on-screen an obviously inoffensive critical discourse: Reference to Debord's Society of the Spectacle (1967) has today become the custard pie of media studies, the most worn-out cliche of all discourse on (or against) the media.
Photo: Whipped cream, spiced with candied ginger, accompanies papaya custard pie