Green Tomatoe Pie

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Green Tomatoe Pie

Postby Regina Hogsten » Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:39 pm

Two weeks ago, my husband picked all the green tomatoes. (I knew if I procrastinated long enough, he would do it.) I made a green tomato pie. Not one of my children, nor my husband were excited to even try it. For fear of eating cereal for the rest of the week, he hesitantly took a bite. Well, well, it really tasted good, sort of like apple pie with rhubarb. The kids followed and were quite surprised.
I think I found the recipe at www.allrecipes.com.

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Postby Theodore » Tue Nov 13, 2007 6:36 am

I assume those tomatos are actually supposed to be green? I remember once when I had tomato plants and someone put an unripe tomato in the fridge. I thought it was a large grape, since it was still small and green, so I popped it in my mouth and started chewing. Oops.

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Postby Regina Hogsten » Fri Nov 23, 2007 8:02 pm

Those tomatoes were unripe due to the end of the growing season.

That reminds me of the time I made chicken broth and only had a juice container to store it in. My little nephew was thirsty and found apple juice in the fridge. He poured a tall glass! Yuck.


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