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Friday Pie

Pastries - Savoury Double Crust Pies
Historic

General term for a pie made without meat, for the Friday fast. A vegetable pie. Wooley 1672 has green beets, ginger, currants and butter.


Original Receipt in Wooley 1672;

160. A Friday Pie without Fish or Flesh. Wash a good quantity of green Beets, and pluck out the middle string, then chop them small, with two or three ripe Apples well relished, season it with Pepper, Salt, and Ginger, then add to it some Currans, and having your Pie ready, and Butter in the bottom, put in these herbs, and with them a little Sugar, then put Butter on the top, and close and bake it, then cut it up, and put in the juice of a Limon and Sugar.



See:
Butter Pie
Friday Pie
Gardener's Pie
Vegetable Pie
Woolton Pie




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