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February 07, 2006


Peg Mastrianni

This recipe is very similar to a delicious cabbage pie in one of my favorite older cookbooks - Vegetarian Epicure (vol. 1, I think - there were two) by Anna Thomas. As I remember, she used lots of dill and had a layer of cream cheese spread on the bottom crust before sliced hardcooked eggs and then sauteed cabbage and mushrooms were piled on. yummy.


Ooh that sounds yummy. As does the one Peg mentions. Any advice for what to do re the raised crust pastry if one doesn't happen to have an electric mixer. (I do have a Moulinex food processor if that would help.)

Baking Soda

I love these kind of pies, they are great for filling with everything that lurks in your fridge and needs to be rescued.

robin good

I love your new banner too.
This pie looks gooooooooood!
great blog... all together.
thanks for doing it!

D. Hudak

This looks like the cabbage pie I remember. My Grandmother made it with Love to be eaten
every Christmas Eve...a much loved tradition.
Thanks for posting. I will try it this year so my family can share in this tradition and treat.
I remember it covered with melted butter w/o egg and tarragon. Happy Holidays from NY.

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