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October 14, 2009


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oh hooray for snow! snow AND pumpkins?! doesn't get much better than that!

now... the tomato pie on the other hand....
just can't seem to wrap my head around that one. you know that i abhor tomatoes. and adore pie. just can't be convinced that the two together would be a good thing. however, i must admit that the little house on the prairie link has me charmed enough to be curious.

oh, and even though i am anti-tomato, i am VERY pro-tomato photo. that picture is lovely!


I am intrigued by the pie (although I don't eat tomatoes, so wouldn't make it). And amused by the snow.

Our local ski hill got snow, which is a happy happy thing. We have rain. Lots and lots of rain.


Snow! Beautiful snow! Oh it looks so lovely. I can't even comprehend (the high today is 92 degrees, really).

So did the pie taste like apple pie? It sounds interesting. You could always make fried green tomatoes with the extras.

maya | springtree road

yeah, i'm on board with the fried green tomatoes. ;)

so that tomato pie was ... sweet?


My mother-in-law gave me a recipe for green tomato pie that tastes like apple pie. I haven't made it yet, but I kept it. That's better than the recipe my aunt gave me for fake apple pie made with Ritz crackers as the filling. That is just wrong. Needless to say, I tossed that recipe card.


That pie sounds really interesting. It's amazing how much you can learn from the little house books, isn't it? And, you totally rocked the cross hatching on that pie. I'm not that gifted with pie crusts (yet).


It was actually Green Pumpkin they used. I have "The Little House Cookbook" and the recipe. But I think it is great you found a use for the tomatoes. There is a recipe in there for Green Tomato Pickles.


ooh I say make the filling and freeze it for Thanksgiving! That way I can try it :)...I must admit I'm curious...Jeff and Kaia both love tomatoes. Your snow was beautiful...I love it when it sticks on the trees and not the roads! I miss you sister!


OK--you got me curious with this idea of a green tomato pie. Especially since I have a ton of green tomatoes I'm trying to ripen in the basement. Early frost. :( So I went to this recipe and just can't get my head wrapped around sugar and spice with tomatoes. So I looked around and found one that is more 'dinner' with mayo/sour cream and cheese on top. Made it tonight and it was quite tasty (although, really anything you smother with those things is going to be tasty no?). Now maybe I'm brave enough to attempt the sweet version! Thanks for sharing!

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