It is sorta like sex, you…. (Well that can wait)
We travel a lot and when in any new area that has a specific food they are famous or known for, we try it. We tried fried dill pickles in Kentucky and liked them. While in Nova Scotia we took note of an item on the menu called ‘Rappie Pie’.
From the Wakipedia:
Rappie pie is a traditional
Well folks, we asked the waitress was it good, ’To die for’ she replied.
We ordered it. The description above did not fit what we were served. Had it been the above I think it would have been great. BUT the cook left out the onions and the meat. It was graded potatoes. Not as good as Grits and at four times the price.
Now if we go back I want the real thing because the written definition sounds delicious.
The dish, called Rappie Pie, is well known over Nova Scotia, but like livermush has not traveled far from its roots.
Thanks for coming by the log.
BE THANKFUL FOR THE HUSBAND WHO IS ON THE SOFA BEING A COUCH POTATO, BECAUSE HE IS HOME, AND NOT OUT AT THE BARS.