When In Doubt, Bake a Pie

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My cabbage and caramelized onion pie.

My cabbage and caramelized onion pie.

I am amazed sometimes at how easy it used to be to write a daily blog. I would naturally have so much to share, so many things I’ve just read that I’m eager to share, or a comment someone made, or a place that I’m going.  It’s harder now, maybe I just don’t think people are interested like I once did.

On this gray day in South Deerfield, with a slow day in the office, I am grasping for topics.  I think the topic of food is in order.

I have a daily responsibility, every night I get to decide what we are having for dinner. This might seem like a good thing, but like the feeling when you’re up playing music and somebody has to think of what song to play, it doesn’t always come easy.   I am glad that I have my NY Times Cooking section emails that keep me filled with good, tasty ideas.

Today I grabbed a recipe that I had printed out last week.  Cabbage and Carmelized onion pie.  I even remembered to buy a gluten-free pie crust at the store, so today, I carmelized the onions, cooked down the cabbage, and made a beautiful pie.

Now my only problem is that there are only two of us, and I hate the idea of throwing away any of this pretty pie.

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Max Hartshorne
Max Hartshorne has been the editor of the GoNOMAD.com travel website since 2002. Over the past decade, he has had the privilege of working with writers and publishing travel articles about nearly every country in the world. He has also been a consistent world traveler, writing hundreds of his own travel stories and posting daily blogs from the 10 or more yearly international trips he takes around the world.

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