In each of the six hour-long episodes, competitors tackle traditional holiday desserts in challenges that are not as easy as a piece of pie.
What does POP stand for?
POP stands for Piece of Pie
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 402 other meanings of POP in our Acronym Attic
- Perpendicular to Orbital Plane
- Persistent Occipitoposterior Position (complication of labor and delivery)
- Persistent Organic Pollutant
- Personal Online Planner
- Personalized Online Photo, LLC
- Physics of Plasmas (journal; American Institute of Physics)
- Picture of Performance (human resources)
- Picture on Profile (roleplaying gaming)
- Picture Outside Picture (television feature)
- Piece Of Paper
Samples in periodicals archive:
He accepted a piece of pie, unaware she had mixed a spoonful of dog food into the filling.
Hint: The diner likely had a piece of pie on the menu of a very apt variety.
A cookie, sugar-covered doughnut, or a piece of pie filled with both sugar and starch provide the perfect recipe for the bacteria that destroy teeth," said Koo.
For example, if you can't enjoy a small piece of pie without devouring the whole tin, consider putting pie on your No-Eat List for the evening.
Mike Powell, for the CPS, said: "There was an argument with her husband over the defendant eating the last piece of pie which Mrs Evans was keeping for her son when he returned from college.
After all, if that piece of pie is not just the gustatory pleasure of the pie, but also a reassuring emotional dose of your grandma's kitchen many years ago, figuring that out will help you strategize getting that emotional comfort without the 600 calories.
Senator Obama is more interested in controlling who gets your piece of pie than he is in growing the pie," McCain told a cheering crowd at an Ormond Beach timber yard.