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Washington Post, November 23, 1921 and San Francisco Chronicle, March 25, 1921. Prohibition amplified the pre-existing aura of naughtiness surrounding mince pie, because most mince recipes called for both hard cider and brandy. Brandy was added to the pie just before serving and then ignited for a flambe effect.

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