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371 results for PIE

142 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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60DPizza deliveryJeff Slutzky and Derek Bowman
5DSlapstick projectileJohn Lieb and Andrea Yañes
25DChart type (4)Hannah Slovut
32D___ chartJacob Stulberg
61AIntake in many an eating contestAlex Bajcz
59DFilling food?Alex Eaton-Salners
74DWith 57-Down, something filling fillsJeff Chen
19AEpitome of easiness (6)Peter Sagal and Mike Selinker
61DDessert divided into slicesDavid Steinberg
13DThanksgiving dessert (3)Tom McCoy
62DSlapstick prop (4)Grant Thackray
30APizza, e.g.Dan Schoenholz
60AMincemeat ___ (Christmas staple)Jason Mueller
29DAlternative to cakeRuth Bloomfield Margolin
10DThanksgiving dessert (3)Timothy Polin
49DWord that follows pot but precedes panByron Walden
55ASomething to be divvied upJoel Fagliano and Byron Walden
23AWord with cream or cutieElizabeth C. Gorski
46AEpitome of easiness (6)David J. Kahn
23DEdible entry at a county fairJeremy Newton
53DOne graphic means of showing percentagesDavid C. Duncan Dekker
45ABake sale purchaseC. W. Stewart
56DMessy missilePatrick Berry
47DFaceful for a clownMolly Young and David J. Kahn
30AThree Stooges missileJoe Krozel and Peter Collins
41AEasy as ___ (2)Bruce Haight
62DAmount to be divided upJacob Stulberg
64AThanksgiving dessert (3)Joel Fagliano
27APizza, for oneTom McCoy
27ACertain graph shapeIan Livengood
34ALast course, oftenPatrick Berry
3DQuiche, for oneGreg Johnson
108ACousin of a crumblePatrick Berry
35DSlapstick prop (4)Mike Selinker
36AA wedge might come out of itJosh Knapp
72APizza order (3)Andrew Reynolds
57D___ à la modeRobert Fisher
38DBudget chart shapeWill Nediger
20AAmount to be divvied upMilo Beckman
63ADessert often served à la modeSteve Salmon
11ABuster Keaton missileSharon Delorme
61DWith 19-Across, item for many cobblersBarry C. Silk
58DPizzeria order (2)Freddie Cheng
98DCrusty one (3)Patrick Merrell
60DEskimo ___ (2)Kelsey Blakley
27DBaked dessertStan Newman
35DJack Horner's treatBill Thompson
37DCrusty dishKelsey Boes
56DAmount to be divided (2)Paula Gamache
65AChart type (4)Will Nediger
44AOrganizational figurePatrick Merrell
52ADomino's orderPatrick Berry
1AThanksgiving staplePatrick Berry
41AA clown might get it in the faceLynn Lempel
41ASlapstick prop (4)Gary J. Whitehead
21ALure for Simple SimonLynn Lempel
44AKind of filling (2)Mike Nothnagel
19DRepresentation of a budget, oftenDavid J. Kahn
18AChart shape (3)Kelly Browder
41ALittle Jack Horner's dessertLynn Lempel
59DKind of filling (2)Kevin G. Der
57DTrivial Pursuit goalWill Nediger
51D"American ___"Damon J. Gulczynski
29DTin contentsTodd McClary
77AChristmas ___Adam G. Perl
62DBake sale offeringJoe Krozel & Victor Fleming
119DPizza order (3)Patrick Berry
12DQuiche, e.g. (3)Eric Berlin
45AMissile from a pranksterMichael Shteyman
33AEasy as ___ (2)Andrea C. Michaels
39AUSA Today chart shapeC. W. Stewart
38DMincemeat ___Brendan Emmett Quigley
43ASet of wedges?Joe DiPietro
32AIt may be served à la modeSheldon Benardo
50AIt has some crustByron Walden
105DGoodie to be dividedPatrick Berry
6DWord with cutie or sweetieLynn Lempel
6DCobbler (3)Janice M. Putney
43AChart type (4)Brendan Emmett Quigley
40DPizza (4)Lee Glickstein
57AThanksgiving servingBob Peoples
21AClown's propSeth Abel
20AChart shape (3)Len Elliott
51DPizza order (3)Allan E. Parrish
50DWith 13-Down, a diner orderSherry O. Blackard
31AChart type (4)Steve Jones
8DEpitome of easiness? (6)Allan E. Parrish
115DSlapstick prop (4)Patrick Berry
47AQuiche, e.g. (3)John Greenman
46DWord with sugar or creamDavid J. Kahn
43AHumble followerManny Nosowsky
42AMincemeat dessert (2)Lynn Lempel
24A"National Velvet" horseCathy Millhauser
52ADessert in a panAlan Arbesfeld
31DCrusty dessertGregory E. Paul
23AIt may be humbleRaymond Hamel
2DKind of chart (3)William I. Johnston
55DIce cream go-withJim Page
57DOrder from Domino'sPatrick Berry
60AComedic missileEd Early
54DMincemeat dessert (2)Stanley Newman
86A___-eyedRandolph Ross
45APizzeria outputJoe DiPietro
53DEpitome of easiness (6)Greg Staples
22DEpitome of easiness (6)Frances Hansen
40AThree Stooges propRobert H. Wolfe
47ADessert from an ovenNancy Kavanaugh
71AKind of chart (3)Manny Nosowsky
44ACobbler (3)Cynthia Joy Higgins
28DMud ___Chuck Deodene
36DCobbler, e.g.Arthur S. Verdesca
8DEpitome of easiness (6)Joey Crumley
59DCrusty one? (3)Stephanie Spadaccini
25AQuiche, e.g. (3)Stephanie Spadaccini
29DSymbol of simplicityBryant White
38AProp in slapstickNancy Salomon
58DItem for Little Jack HornerBrendan Emmett Quigley
60DSugar ___Rich Norris
116AKind of tinDavid J. Kahn and Hillary B. Kahn
28DTrivial Pursuit piece (2)John Wolting
42DCobbler (3)Manny Nosowsky
37DKind of chart (3)Michael S. Maurer
20DIt has a shellJohn Wolting
41DSales pitch?Richard Silvestri
25DUSA Today chartCraig Kasper and Dave Tuller
9DAmount to be divided (2)Fred Piscop
28APizza (4)Chuck Deodene
58ASoupy Sales missileStephanie Spadaccini
21APandowdy, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
50ASomething to go to a bakery forStephanie Spadaccini
38DBit of Trivial Pursuit equipmentGregory E. Paul
40DPizzeria order (2)Shannon Burns
47DCherry___D. J. Kahn
55ASoupy Sales facefulR. Hartman
5DChart shape (3)Gerald R. Ferguson
15DCrusty one (3)Chuck Deodene
70ABakery purchaseWayne Robert Williams
63DPizza (4)Matt Gaffney
46ATrivial Pursuit piece (2)Gregory E. Paul
8DNoisy birdEd Early
63DPizza (4)Nancy Joline
22DEskimo_____ (2)James Neal

3 results for PIE from Variety puzzles.

Mar 26, 2017panda48D12zz3ria productSam Ezersky
May 27, 2012diagramless69DWord that can follow the starts of the answers to the five starred cluesFred Piscop
Nov 26, 2000diagramless40ASales pitch?Peter Gordon

226 results for PIE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

23ASymbol of simplicityHessTaub
34DBaseball's TraynorTap OsbornMaleska
34ASlapstick stapleDorothea E. ShippMaleska
30APandowdyWilliam CanineMaleska
11DEasy as ___Joy L. WoukMaleska
33DJumbleHarold B. CountsMaleska
39DPandowdyAlbert J. KlausMaleska
62AFlan, e.g.Calista LuminatiMaleska
76AKind of chartWilson McBeathMaleska
34ADe la Mare's "Peacock ___"Walter CovellMaleska
45ASlapstick staplePeter SwiftMaleska
42ANesselrode or mud followerBert H. KruseMaleska
29DKind of bald?Robert H. WolfeMaleska
47AJay's cousinJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
23AItem in the sky?Alan ArbesfeldMaleska
18DBaked dessertPeter SwiftMaleska
5DWith 39 Down, a rich dessertBernard MerenMaleska
21DBird allied to a jayRobert KatzMaleska
29AEasy as ___Jeanette K. BrillMaleska
37DTart's cousinNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
41AThis may be in the skyNancy JolineMaleska
43ALemon-meringue dessertPatterson PeppleMaleska
63DQuiche Lorraine, e.g.Reginald L. JohnsonMaleska
50APandowdyRhonda KrausMaleska
38DKey lime, e.g.Irene SmullyanMaleska
50ASomething found in the skyJoel D. LafargueMaleska
24ACousin of a jayEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
112DNesselrode, e.g.Jeanne WilsonMaleska
12DSymbol of easinessBetty JorgensenMaleska
28DJay's cousinWilliam CanineMaleska
39AOne kind of crustRoger H. CourtneyMaleska
24ATot's muddy concoctionFrances HansenMaleska
24ASlapstick propAlfio MicciMaleska
42D___ à la modeSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
24AShepherd's, for oneBert H. KruseMaleska
41DPandowdyLouis SabinMaleska
37APandowdyJim PageMaleska
44DPandowdyElaine GeorgeMaleska
22APandowdyTom W. UnderhillMaleska
60ACoconut dish, e.g.Patterson PeppleMaleska
44ACrusty concoctionKenneth WitteMaleska
40ADessertVirginia L. YatesMaleska
30AApple dishTap OsbornMaleska
74DBird allied to a jayKathryn RighterMaleska
6DTurnover, for oneHarold B. CountsMaleska
19ACelestial dessert?William JarvisMaleska
87DTasty pastyMary Virginia OrnaMaleska
24DBaked dishD. JonesMaleska
40AJay’s cousinEli WesoffMaleska
24APandowdyChristy RidleyMaleska
32ASnapEli WesoffMaleska
35APopular dessertErnst TheimerMaleska
49ABakery itemJoy L. WoukMaleska
21DDessert choiceWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
28ACrusty thingJohnsonMaleska
24DBlackbirds' enclosure in rhymeTreuschMaleska
44ATurnoverWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
36DHorner fareKevin WrayMaleska
20DSlapstick stapleHerb L. RisteenMaleska
138DQuiche Lorraine, e.g.Herb L. RisteenMaleska
45D___ in the skyJohn GreenmanMaleska
41DReward for a feline trioLois SidwayMaleska
61AMom's apple ___Judith C. DaltonMaleska
43ASales-chart illustrationTap OsbornMaleska
35APastry often filled with fruitPollardMaleska
58DEasy thing, proverbiallyArnold MossMaleska
94DFlanJoy L. WoukMaleska
29ABakery itemHerb L. RisteenMaleska
23ADessertA. J. SantoraMaleska
59DBird allied to a jayC. J. AngioMaleska
63ADessertTap OsbornMaleska
91AJumbleFrances HansenMaleska
23ACrusted dessertCharles EnglerMaleska
34DPandowdyHallie & Gerald ParsonsMaleska
24APandowdyJack LuzzattoMaleska
43AChart motifTap OsbornMaleska
5DJack's snackA. J. SantoraMaleska
52DDessertHarvey BergWeng
58DBetween apple and orderHarriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
60DBakery itemWilliam LutwiniakWeng
52DBakery itemWilliam LutwiniakWeng
44ACustard or pecanA. J. SantoraWeng
9DOccasional finger locationBert KruseWeng
15DSky questHume R. CraftWeng
55DDessert itemWilliam LutwiniakWeng
27DDessertReginald L. JohnsonWeng
29DApple or humbleFloy StrykerWeng
38DDessertRobin D. MayerWeng
46ABakery itemUnknownWeng
58DBaker's productUnknownWeng
99APastryA. J. SantoraWeng
33DJack Horner’s dessertUnknownWeng
7DBakery itemUnknownWeng
94ABlackbirds' milieuTanaquil Le ClerqWeng
31DBakery productUnknownWeng
23ALemon or limeUnknownWeng
9DKind of chartUnknownWeng
46DSlapstick propUnknownWeng
20ASomething easyUnknownWeng
56ABlackbirds' milieuUnknownWeng
49ACoin of IndiaUnknownWeng
65ADessertJohn WilligWeng
13D___ in the sky.UnknownWeng
28AMince or humble.UnknownWeng
23DPecan, for one.UnknownWeng
24AMince or humble.UnknownWeng
42ASky item?Nancy SchusterWeng
29DWashington ___.UnknownFarrar
51ABaked dish.UnknownFarrar
54DLayer cake of a kindWill WengFarrar
54ASky itemWill WengFarrar
43APopular dish.UnknownFarrar
60DAnything easy: Slang.UnknownFarrar
45DBaked dish.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
8AMince, for example.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
92DTurnover.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
19DDessert.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
57DMenu item.UnknownFarrar
8DA food.UnknownFarrar
43ADessert.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
84DPasty.W. E. JonesFarrar
31DSymbol of ease.UnknownFarrar
9DSmall coin of India.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
105AJumble.Frances HansenFarrar
47ABaked dish.UnknownFarrar
5DPizza's literal meaning.UnknownFarrar
31DOften-used missile.Hume R. CraftFarrar
32ASomething easy.J. Arensberg and H. EttensonFarrar
64DBaked dish.UnknownFarrar
51DDessert.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
52DLayer cake of a sort.UnknownFarrar
117DDessert.Anthony MorseFarrar
6ABaked dish.H. L. RisteenFarrar
63DPizza.Helen FasuloFarrar
57DDeep-dish ___.George LaczkoFarrar
22AMenu item.William LutwiniakFarrar
56AMenu item.W. E. JonesFarrar
21DBoston cream ___.UnknownFarrar
50DEskimo ___.UnknownFarrar
33DBoston cream ___.Walt ClarkFarrar
59DTurnover.Jay SheldonFarrar
33ASomething good or easy: Slang.Jean ReedFarrar
50ADeep-dish ___.UnknownFarrar
64ABoston cream ___.UnknownFarrar
24ALayer cake of a sort.UnknownFarrar
24DBaked dish.UnknownFarrar
35AHave a finger in the ___.UnknownFarrar
52DArticle of food.UnknownFarrar
29DMenu listing.UnknownFarrar
40ABoston cream ___.UnknownFarrar
137DMember of the crow family.Spiro K. KostofFarrar
34ABaked dish.UnknownFarrar
25A"___ in the sky."UnknownFarrar
22A___ in the sky.UnknownFarrar
20AJumble.Hume R. CraftFarrar
23APizza.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
13DBird.Thomas MeekinFarrar
31AA kind of layer cake.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
58AHorner's treat.UnknownFarrar
4DFrozen dish.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
57DBaked dish.Helen BernardFarrar
28ADish set before a king.Marion MoeserFarrar
32DPizza.Thomas MeekinFarrar
7DDessert.H. L. RisteenFarrar
39ADessert.H. L. RisteenFarrar
55DPandowdy.Madeline CorseFarrar
91AFrozen food.Diana SessionsFarrar
46AJack Horner's snack.Helen FasuloFarrar
43DJumble.W. E. JonesFarrar
3DDessert.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
4DLayer cake with creamy filling.W. E. JonesFarrar
35A"___ in the Sky."UnknownFarrar
55DArticle of food.UnknownFarrar
35APumpkin ___.UnknownFarrar
5DSomething easy.UnknownFarrar
10DWhat mother used to make.Herbert EttensonFarrar
47DLemon meringue.Thomas VarnerFarrar
32ASomething very easy: Slang.Bernice GordonFarrar
30DPandowdy.Fletcher CoatesFarrar
20APizza.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
49AEskimo ___.Richard E. LawlorFarrar
25DPandowdy.Roberta MorseFarrar
25AThree little kittens' reward.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
37ABoston cream ___.UnknownFarrar
60DNew England breakfast dish.Alice H. CookFarrar
84AJumble.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
49DCoin of India.Israel GitterFarrar
8DDeep-dish dessert.UnknownFarrar
20A"A dainty dish to set before a king."UnknownFarrar
139DLayer cake with cream.J. L. WilkinsonFarrar
34AMissile of Mack Sennett comedies.UnknownFarrar
55ALemon, peach or blueberry.UnknownFarrar
43AEskimo ___.UnknownFarrar
61DWashington cream ___.Isaac KertFarrar
58DJack Horner's treat.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
116DKind of layer cake.Harold T. BersFarrar
30DBaked meat dish.UnknownFarrar
50APumpkin ___.Harold T. BersFarrar
116AKeystone movie prop.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
111D___ à la mode.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
4DPastry.Alice CookFarrar
127DHideout of the four-and-twenty.Thomas MeekinFarrar
125AHorse in "National Velvet."Harold T. BersFarrar
4DJumble.W. W. WordsworthFarrar
136DSmall coin of India.Louis BaronFarrar
133ABaked food dish.Louis JenkinsFarrar
129ABird.Charles MerzFarrar