One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A pie made with meat from wild mammals or birds.‘Angela made a venison and rabbit game pie’
- ‘There was a whole host of main dishes from which to choose including venison, game pie and roast duck.’
- ‘If I am to make a delicious game pie for Boxing Day dinner, I am going to have to make it on the official Worst Hangover of the Year Day.’
- ‘Peanut soup is a worthy starter at the King's Arms, followed by a colonial game pie.’
- ‘His game pie came with parsnip mash.’
- ‘The business has recently expanded its range to include game pies, liver pates, suet venison puddings and rabbit marinated in olive oil.’
- ‘Boned pheasant breasts are useful for game pie, but they can be a little chewy so they need to be cooked gently.’
- ‘They shared a good thick slice of game pie between them, Joe sipping his free pint with great relish.’
- ‘I was tempted by a golden brown game pie.’
- ‘We ate in the evening when the chef takes the food up a level: delicious game pies and chicken casseroles, all regional.’
- ‘The main event was a game pie, based on a recipe from Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall.’
- ‘In retirement he enjoyed fishing and shooting, and was especially proud of his home-made game pies.’
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