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"Eve with a lid on"
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What does "Eve with a lid on" mean?
 
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If you hear a waitress say "Eve with a lid on" at a diner or restaurant, it's just another way to say "Apple pie." Refers to the Eve in the bible. The 'lid' is the crust. There are hundreds of other popular diner lingo phrases - to learn more, check out the links below or browse the rest of our restaurant slang dictionary.


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