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nounNew England, United States Regional
A dessert consisting of apples baked in a deep dish and topped with a crust which is broken up into the fruit midway through cooking.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Neal (1793–1876), author and women's rights activist. The origin of the second element is unknown; compare slightly later pandowdy.
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