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135 results for PIES

40 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for PIES.

13DFacefuls in slapstickDerrick Niederman
50AThey have edible shellsPeter A. Collins
9DCirclegraph shapesMatt Ginsberg
31AItems thrown in Three Stooges shortsSamuel A. Donaldson
61ABakery arrayPatrick Berry
7DSlapstick propsAndrea Carla Michaels
18ADesserts akin to cobblersJoseph Samulak
5DSome county fair contest entriesCaleb Madison
7DQuiches, e.g.Lynn Lempel
57DPizzas (3)Gary J. Whitehead
11D"The Worst ___ in London" ("Sweeney Todd" song)Elizabeth A. Long
33DBaker's dozen, maybeJohn Farmer
62DBakery displayRobert Dillman
27DChiffon creationsByron Walden
83DSlapstick missilesPatrick Berry
61AWares encountered by Simple SimonElizabeth C. Gorski
75DBurlesque propsNancy Nicholson Joline
26APizzas (3)Kendall Twigg
23A"Chatt'ring" birds in ShakespeareBob Peoples
23ABakers' wares (3)Ed Early
56DThey're cut into wedgesFred Piscop
31DThey have wedgesPatrick Berry
56DBakers' wares (3)Randolph Ross
44APizzas (3)Richard Silvestri
54DMincemeat dessertsJanice M. Putney
54AThey have shellsFraser Simpson
18DSlapstick comedy itemsBill Zais
35ADesserts with crustsGene Newman
53DSlapstick projectilesTrip Payne
13AComic's missilesFrances Hansen
50ASome charts (2)Trip Payne
115ASlapstick ammoBrendan Emmett Quigley
35DCrusty onesEd Early and Bob Klahn
39APecan and pumpkinRandall J. Hartman
1ACobblersGregory E. Paul
5ABaker's wares (3)Rich Norris
45AJokester's propsThomas W. Schier
22AMrs. Smith's waresRandolph Ross
62ASome charts (2)Arthur W. Palmer
118DSondheim's "The Worst ___ in London"John M. Samson

95 results for PIES from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

108ASlapstick propsFrances HansenTaub
41ACream and mud followersJames L. BeattyMaleska
33DSome chartsCathy MillhauserMaleska
25DCrusty dishesAlex F. BlackMaleska
26ATurnoversLois SidwayMaleska
99DSlapstick staplesRobert H. WolfeMaleska
60DPastriesAlbert J. KlausMaleska
30ATarts' cousinsNancy Scandrett RossMaleska
69APandowdiesReginald L. JohnsonMaleska
73ABlack-billed birdsNancy RossMaleska
10ACobblersBarbara J. WeakleyMaleska
45ABakery productsKathryn RighterMaleska
43DMud formationsMary S. SnyderMaleska
58AJays' cousinsElio DesiderioMaleska
56DProps for SalesHarold B. CountsMaleska
44APastriesRhonda KrausMaleska
10AThings much desiredChristy RidleyMaleska
93DTurnoversJohn M. SamsonMaleska
75ASlapstick propsBert RosenfieldMaleska
33DJays' relativesCharles EnglerMaleska
12DLondoners' tarts and flansWilliam CanineMaleska
14APastriesEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
16AJays' cousinsJames R. BurnsMaleska
37AFlansWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
46AQuiches LorraineJack L. SteinhardtMaleska
46ATurnoversC. J. AngioMaleska
23DChart segmentsLouis SabinMaleska
17DJays' cousinsJean ReedMaleska
71APumpkin and minceJordan S. LasherMaleska
54DCrusty concoctionsR. W. GreenleafMaleska
84APAstryA. J. SantoraMaleska
6ASlapstick propsAnn JenkinsMaleska
32ACrusted dishesClinchMaleska
41DBakery itemsJean J. DavisonWeng
33DMince and appleJames A. BrusselWeng
47DDessertsJay ScottWeng
56ASimple Simon's desiresJean J. DavisonWeng
47DBaked goodsJohn WilligWeng
29ASlapstick basicsThomas SheehanWeng
49ASlapstick missilesUnknownWeng
50ADessertsAnne FoxWeng
68AMixes up, as typeUnknownWeng
21DSimple Simon's questUnknownWeng
61ABakery itemsUnknownWeng
6DDesserts.Bert BeamanFarrar
12DMixes up, as type.Leonard SussmanFarrar
3DMenu specialties.UnknownFarrar
44ABaked dishes.UnknownFarrar
54DBakery offerings.UnknownFarrar
40DDesserts.Hume R. CraftFarrar
75DMissiles of sorts.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
59AReduces to a state of confusion.UnknownFarrar
47AMissiles in early movies.UnknownFarrar
32DDesserts.Alda F. ZimpelFarrar
30DMenu specialties.S. A. KayFarrar
48DBaked dishes.Diana SessionsFarrar
12DBakery items.A. J. SantoraFarrar
43ABaked dishes.Louise EarnestFarrar
44DTurnovers.Herbert EttensonFarrar
34DBaked dishes.H. L. RisteenFarrar
17DMixes up, as type.Geraldine KingFarrar
42AFrozen foods.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
68DBakery products.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
63ADishes.Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
31ABakery items.Helen BernardFarrar
13DBaked dishes.UnknownFarrar
34AEskimo ___.UnknownFarrar
1ABaked dishes.Elsie BishopFarrar
20DFilled layer cakes.Helen BernardFarrar
52ATurnovers.H. L. RisteenFarrar
31DMenu specialties.Thomas MeekinFarrar
5DApple, peach, cherry.Anthony MorseFarrar
24ATurnovers.S. A. KayFarrar
4DDesserts.H. L. RisteenFarrar
49AKeystone props.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
57DTurnovers.S. A. KayFarrar
47DBreakfast food in New England.UnknownFarrar
18AApple, peach, blueberry.Thomas MeekinFarrar
83AIndian coins.Israel GitterFarrar
27DApple, lemon, cherry.UnknownFarrar
22AItems for an eating contest.UnknownFarrar
4DWashington ___.UnknownFarrar
28DReduces to a state of confusion, as type.UnknownFarrar
56DEskimo ___.Isaac KertFarrar
32ABreakfast dishes in old New England.S. A. KayFarrar
121ADesserts.Thomas JacksonFarrar
36DDesserts.R. ShoemakerFarrar
99AStand-bys of early movies.Louis BaronFarrar
71AJumbles, as printing type.Louis ShieldsFarrar