Last summer I made a pretty spectacular pie. It was filled with sun ripe tomatoes, fresh corn and basil from my garden. I loved it and made it often. But then summer turned to fall and now winter and I still think of that pie. So instead of waiting, I did something about it. I made a great winter pie.
Squash and caramelized onions along with the strong tang of Swiss cheese take a pie that was the star of summer into the land of scarves, mittens and rain boots. This pie is winter and it’s good. You can get the recipe for this beauty over at Poppytalk where I’m resuming my Wednesday column after a bit of a holiday break.
Lindsay, try this out so you don't have to wait so long for summer. Enjoy!
Lady, this deserves a top spot, I think.
Thanks arajane, it's a nice winterized tweak.
Angela, I hope you try this out. Simple & delicious.
Haha, thanks Bijoux.
Lo, can't go wrong with winter pie!
Thanks Dana, try this out. This way you don't have to wait.
Rach, I hope you enjoy!
Every Little, I hope you love it as much as I did.
Aw thanks Joanne!
Thanks Katerina, I've got a good eye when it comes to thrifting I guess!
Maija, the original recipe is a Gourmet one. It's fab, but this version is pretty wonderful too. I'll definitely check out your blog. Thanks for letting me know.
Thanks for the nice words, Thrifty Miss.
Daily Spud, of course, take it to the next level of winter pie!
Thanks Julia. Enjoy!
Yup, sounds like a great combo, Dawna.
Thanks Diana's & Sam!
Doh, thanks for the great link va5el1ne! Awesome!
Yup, off of the Gourmet recipe. So good, eatme!
Thanks Adrianna & Jan.
Maria, the flavours are the best part.
Thanks for stopping in Kate & Oli.
Adapt away, smilinggreen!