This is the basic recipe for cipâte, the English call it Lake St. Jean Pie :)
It is a traditional French Canadian pie served all year round made with veal, pork, chicken, and beef. In old days they made it with deer meat, rabbit, hare, duck or whatever meat the man brought home from hunting.
Some pronounce it "cipaille" making the "T" silent. English pronounce it "sip-ale" :)
It is pronounced "Sea-pout". I do hope you will try it some cold winter night. This is a long recipe but worth the making :)