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deep-dish

[deep-dish] /ˈdipˌdɪʃ/
adjective, Cookery.
1.
baked in a deep dish, often with a pastry top:
a deep-dish peach pie.
Origin of deep-dish
1935-1940
1935-40
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  • Philosophizing on the irrationality of old people, she proceeded to get enough scarcely-ripe peaches for a deep-dish pie.

    Missy Dana Gatlin
  • It was a deep-dish peach pie—I made it specially for Mr. MacGill.

    Missy Dana Gatlin
  • We could have worried along without Kipling, but her deep-dish pie with whipped cream on it was a poem that won our hearts.

    Dwellers in Arcady Albert Bigelow Paine
  • Her deep-dish pies became savorless, the whipped cream smeary and sad of taste.

    Dwellers in Arcady Albert Bigelow Paine

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