And from this featured image, it appears that the pie has been stolen as well. It's so good that I committed the 21st century crime of eating it BEFORE I took a picture of it. Here's the secret recipe that I stole from 'Jodi from Accounting'.

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For one pie (stuffed)
 
2 pie crusts
2 lbs ground pork
2 medium potatoes
1 medium onion
2 palmfuls of Jamaican Allspice
Salt/pepper
 
Boil potatoes & mash.  In deep heavy skillet or stockpot, brown pork and diced onion (with salt & pepper).  I cook pork for about an hour to breakdown any fats in the meat.   Drain the meat saving about 1 to 2 tablespoons of the drippings.  Put drippings and allspice back into cooked pork and cook for about another 5-10 minutes.  Add mashed potatoes.  Taste, if at this point the mixture is a little dry, add a tablespoon of real butter (not that fake margarine stuff).  Put in refridge to cool for about an hour.
 
Prepare pie dish with 1 of the pie crusts.  Add mixture, cover with 2nd pie crust.  Cook about 1 hour in 350 degree oven until both crusts are brown.
 
I serve with ketchup. 
This is a traditional Christmas dish in the Lapierre family, Jodi's is more of a meat based pie and the Jamaican Allspice really gives it a special kick.
The pork pie that my family makes is a little more potato based and we always have it with butter, not ketchup.
Ketchup pairs with Jodi's recipe very nicely though.
Hopefully she doesn't catch on that I have now shared her secret recipe with the entire world but it's too good not to share!