I've found an article on SE about an double idiom 'finger in the pie/in every pie'. However, the reason I've been searching the meaning of this idiom is another phrase I'd come upon in a book. The very phrase is like,
it is a simple and correct assumption to make that secret society culture is more fingers than pie
The question is: has this phrase something to do with an idiom meant above, or is this a self-standing idiom (which meaning I still cannot find anywhere through browsing).
If this could be of any help, the sourcebook itself was talking about practice of taking part in secret societies in Victorian England (Freemasonry, GoldenDawn, whatever).