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*Venison pies - in a knights tents, freshly baked siting on a bundle of rushes (on a table?), covered by a white cloth. They are of such a size that a very hungry lad can consume one and a half for lunch. Breaking open the pies is specifically mentioned, so we can assume the pies had a pastry lid. ([[Le_Roman_de_Perceval]]Chretien's section, Chapter II)
 
*Venison pies - in a knights tents, freshly baked siting on a bundle of rushes (on a table?), covered by a white cloth. They are of such a size that a very hungry lad can consume one and a half for lunch. Breaking open the pies is specifically mentioned, so we can assume the pies had a pastry lid. ([[Le_Roman_de_Perceval]]Chretien's section, Chapter II)
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  • Venison pies - in a knights tents, freshly baked siting on a bundle of rushes (on a table?), covered by a white cloth. They are of such a size that a very hungry lad can consume one and a half for lunch. Breaking open the pies is specifically mentioned, so we can assume the pies had a pastry lid. (Le_Roman_de_PercevalChretien's section, Chapter II)