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Lassy Tart Recipe...February 07, 2004

Hi y'all

The sun came out again...we had tons of rain, and looks
like lot's of other folks did also! Makes you appreciate
the sun even more that way! :o)
Enjoy today's recipe!
Today's Recipe:

Lassy Tart

1 Egg
1 c Molasses
1 c Bread crumbs, soft
Pastry for 8 inch lattice
-top pie

"Molasses is a common ingredients on Newfoundland
cooking; "lassy" tarts, pies. dumplings, puddings.
cakes and sauces have been popular for generations."

Beat egg; beat in molasses. Stir in bread crumbs. Line
8 inch pie plate with pastry; pour in molasses mixture.
Arrange strips of pastry over top to create lattice
pattern. Bake in 400F oven for 20 minutes or until done.
Serve hot or cold. MAKES: 4-6 SERVINGS

SOURCE: Canadian Living magazine
You might be a Cajun if....

You start angel food cake with a roux.

You use your pirogues to protect newly planted tomatoes.

You think boudin, hogshead cheese and Bud are a bland
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