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  1. cookingrookie

    What a gorgeous pie!

    December 15, 2012

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  2. Simone

    That just looks entirely awesome Sonia! I am still struggling a lot with deciding on the Christmas menu. I’ve just picked up my diet again (doing weight watchers at the moment) and well, Christmas is never an easy time then! We’re having family over so lots of cooking is to be done. But this does look pretty good… Mmm, maybe I should make this!

    December 16, 2012

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  3. Kelly @ Inspired Edibles

    Oh, I’m so happy to see this post… I just made 3 tourtières (that was always our Christmas tradition for the Réveillon) and seeing your gorgeous version of your family’s Ragoût de boulettes et de pattes de cochon makes me feel nostalgic for home and all of those wonderful French Canadian traditions…I like how you piled the filling sky high and didn’t fully cover it with pastry – your stars are so pretty and add a unique touch. The kasha is perfect here and I’m with you on the fruits/nuts – they add immense glory to these pies and are fun to change up from year to year for a new taste experience. What a beautiful pie Sonia. Cheers to creating new traditions (or at least creating a new twist on well-loved traditions! ;-)).

    December 16, 2012

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  4. Suzanne Perazzini

    That is the prettiest pie I have seen in a while and it sure looks healthy.

    December 16, 2012

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