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160 Natchitoches Mini Meat Pies
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160 Natchitoches Mini Meat Pies<br><font color='cc0000'> (Free Overnight Shipping)</font>
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Natchitoches Mini Meat Pies are perfect bite-sized Hors d'oeuvres,
and they'll be the hit of your party!

This is a real Louisiana delicacy! There are 160 1oz. mini pies per order. (And if you're guests get full, you can save some for later)

And click here to check out our Full Size Nachitoches Meat Pies!

Click this Wikipedia Link to learn about Natchitoches Meat Pies. We did, and found that it's an Official State Food of Louisiana.
(And, for those of you not from Louisiana, Natchitoches is pronounced "Nak-uh-tish").