Custard pie

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A custard pie is any type of uncooked custard mixture added to an uncooked or partially cooked crust and baked together.wikipedia
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Pieing

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In the United Kingdom, the comical or political act of pieing is conventionally done with a "custard pie".
In Britain, a pie in the context of throwing is traditionally referred to as a custard pie.

Cream pie

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It is distinctly different from a cream pie, which contains cooked custard poured into a cooled, precooked crust. Some common custard pies include pumpkin pie, lemon and buttermilk chess pie, coconut cream pie, and buko pie.

Tiswas

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UK Saturday morning programme Tiswas had custard pies as a regular feature and even had a character called The Phantom Flan Flinger, a masked man who pied people.
The series was also frequently visited by the Phantom Flan Flinger, who would throw flans around the studio at all and sundry.

Buko pie

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Some common custard pies include pumpkin pie, lemon and buttermilk chess pie, coconut cream pie, and buko pie.
Buko pie, sometimes anglicized as coconut pie, is a traditional Filipino baked young-coconut (malauhog) custard pie.

Pie

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Initially, custards were used only as fillings for pies, pastries and tarts.

Coxheath

The World Custard Pie Throwing Championships take place annually in the village of Coxheath in Kent, England.
More than 80 teams threw custard pies at each other during its heyday dressed in Victorian Era style costumes or the latest fashion style at that time.

Custard

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A custard pie is any type of uncooked custard mixture added to an uncooked or partially cooked crust and baked together.

Vanilla extract

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In North America, custard pie commonly refers to a plain mixture of milk, eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla extract and sometimes nutmeg combined with a pie crust.

Nutmeg

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In North America, custard pie commonly refers to a plain mixture of milk, eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla extract and sometimes nutmeg combined with a pie crust.

Pumpkin pie

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Some common custard pies include pumpkin pie, lemon and buttermilk chess pie, coconut cream pie, and buko pie.

Chess pie

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Some common custard pies include pumpkin pie, lemon and buttermilk chess pie, coconut cream pie, and buko pie.

Ancient Rome

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The Ancient Romans were the first to understand the binding properties of eggs.

Egg as food

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The Ancient Romans were the first to understand the binding properties of eggs.

Middle Ages

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During the Middle Ages, the first custard pies, as we know them, began to appear.

Pastry

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Initially, custards were used only as fillings for pies, pastries and tarts.

Tart

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Initially, custards were used only as fillings for pies, pastries and tarts.

British English

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In British English, pies thrown or pushed into the face are usually referred to as "custard pies".

Kent

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The World Custard Pie Throwing Championships take place annually in the village of Coxheath in Kent, England.

England

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The World Custard Pie Throwing Championships take place annually in the village of Coxheath in Kent, England.

Flapper pie

Wafer pie
Flapper pie is a vanilla custard pie topped with meringue (or sometimes whipped cream in South Saskatchewan).

Gunge

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Having already established messy slapstick humour through custard pies and buckets of water being thrown over presenters and guests, Tiswas had taken to locking up adult volunteers into a cage.

Sean Maguire

In 1995, Maguire was voted "3rd person you'd most like to see get messy" by CBBC viewers and famously received a custard pie in his face from presenter Chris Jarvis dressed as "The Anorak."

Your Mother Wouldn't Like It

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Familiar concepts from anarchic children's programmes were present, such as slapstick humour featuring custard pies and gunge as visual punchlines, and a healthy disrespect towards authority.