Tomato & Spinach Pie

Yummy!

Big ol' juicy tomatoes from the farmers market need a good home and I found one for them in this pie, a rendition of my Tomato Pie we enjoy from time to time.

Like many good summer vegetables, we get to enjoy fresh tomatoes only a short time around here, I mean, real fresh from the vine right from the farm, right slap-dab from Mobile county. It won't be too long from now and the vines will start to fade away from the heat which means tomatoes from foreign soils, which means storage which means not so fresh.

So while the gettin' is good, I'm enjoying fresh tomatoes the best I can. I had so many on this day, I made two pies, one for us and one for a neighbor. Sorry the rest of you missed out but I hope you try this one as we think it is really good. Enjoy!

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17 thoughts on “Tomato & Spinach Pie

  1. Lana @ Never Enough Thyme

    Do you know that I have never made a tomato pie? I don't know what's wrong with me, but I'm fixing to correct it. I've got a whole basket full of fresh, dead ripe tomatoes that my Mama brought me last weekend and they're just begging to be put into a pie like this. Yum! Yum!

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  2. The Mom Chef

    I'm with Lana; I've never made a tomato pie and now I'm wondering what's wrong with me. I love every single thing you've put in here. From "foreign soils," are you inferring that anywhere but Mobile County is foreign? ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Peggy

    I've never had a tomato pie before, but you make it look so tempting Drick! Definitely know what I'm going to do with my tomatoes once they ripen =)

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  4. Pacheco Patty

    Hey Drick, your tomato Pie is a beauty! I'm waiting for my tomatoes to ripen and I will be following in your footsteps with a tomato pie of my own;-)Thanks for your recipe and inspiration, just wish I could have a small sliver of pie right now!

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  5. A Kitchen Witch

    I like tomato pie recipes. Thanks for sharing this one : ) I'm new to your page…found it thru our friend Marguerite @ Cajun Delights. Looking forward to more yummy recipes. Feel free to drop by my page for some good 'ol S. TX cookin' : )

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