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Old 06-04-2014, 09:46 PM   #31
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I've never heard of making quiche in a tart pan. Is this just for the sake of argument?

What is your definition of pie? Tart?
A pie is a made of a crust or crusts that either hold or enclose a filling. The filling can be sweet or savory. The crust can be made of a variety of materials such as pastry, cracker or cookie crumbs, mashed potatoes, etc. A pie can have one bottom crust, one top crust or both a top and bottom crust.

A modern tart is a type of pie made in a tart pan with a single bottom crust.

A tart Tatin is a type of pie made in a skillet with a single top crust that is baked the inverted onto a serving dish.
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