Dockside N Duck

Dockside N Duck




Had a great visit last week in Corolla. I left without getting my favorite tomato pie in Duck.
Anyone have a recipe that comes close?


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Tomato pie? Is that a pizza?
Pizza


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Not a pizza- an actual pie.




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Their tomato pie is delicious! When we stayed in Duck several years ago we had one. I was just thinking about it the other day wishing I had the recipe.


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Their tomato pie is delicious! When we stayed in Duck several years ago we had one. I was just thinking about it the other day wishing I had the recipe.

GalvinOBXgal


So good. I’m craving it. Wish the ingredients were on the label so I could try to duplicate.


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I look at the tomato pies every time I go into Dockside. Are they savory? Sweet? Is it a side-dish, desert, main course? I've always meant to ask but by the time I'm done browsing and getting the other goodies I always forget. Angry smiley Angry smiley


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I look at the tomato pies every time I go into Dockside. Are they savory? Sweet? Is it a side-dish, desert, main course? I've always meant to ask but by the time I'm done browsing and getting the other goodies I always forget. Angry smiley Angry smiley

nicki

Definitely a savory. I could make it my main dish, but if you cooked seafood or another main course it would be a great side.


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Had a great visit last week in Corolla. I left without getting my favorite tomato pie in Duck.
Anyone have a recipe that comes close?

magruso


I thought they grew on vines


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This is what we call a tomato pie. Corropolese in Norristown.

https://www.google.com/search?q=corropolese+tomato+pie&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjfmuPgpuHcAhUJqlkKHc63CdAQ_AUICigB&biw=1584&bih=738#imgrc=W2oOEP4OCHGiBM:


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I came across this recipe while on vacation in OBX a few years back. Have made it every summer since.

https://pilotonline.com/life/flavor/article_8dc7dfed-875a-540e-af8b-745f16c8c703.html


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I came across this recipe while on vacation in OBX a few years back. Have made it every summer since.

https://pilotonline.com/life/flavor/article_8dc7dfed-875a-540e-af8b-745f16c8c703.html

kenjo123


I love tomatoes so im making one this weekend. Thank you!


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I love tomato pie, but neither my son nor my husband eat tomatoes. They only eat sauce & salsa. Lots of recipes for tomato pie on YouTube that you might want to check out, too.




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Morris Farms also sells them both ready to eat and frozen. Excellent if you have never had one the secret is to find great tomatoes. I prefer the bigger ones and my wife prefers the smaller ones when making adding some cheese nd onions per your personal taste and a good fluffy pie crust and you got it.


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Here is the one I use that is just as good as the one from Dockside N Duck. Secret is to make sure and drain the tomatoes well so your crust doesn't get soggy. Good Luck!




www.tasteofsouthern.com/tomato-pie-recipe/


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I found this one on Pinterest and made it this morning. Really good.
https://www.blesserhouse.com/classic-southern-tomato-pie/





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This is what we call a tomato pie. Corropolese in Norristown.

https://www.google.com/search?q=corropolese+tomato+pie&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjfmuPgpuHcAhUJqlkKHc63CdAQ_AUICigB&biw=1584&bih=738#imgrc=W2oOEP4OCHGiBM:

tc08105


Thought the same thing when I saw the photo of the so called "tomato pie" from Duck.

They had a heated debate on a local Philly radio station recently if tomato pie is actually considered pizza. If you even have to ask, you shouldn't have an opinion.


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This is what we call a tomato pie. Corropolese in Norristown.

https://www.google.com/search?q=corropolese+tomato+pie&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjfmuPgpuHcAhUJqlkKHc63CdAQ_AUICigB&biw=1584&bih=738#imgrc=W2oOEP4OCHGiBM:

tc08105


Thought the same thing when I saw the photo of the so called "tomato pie" from Duck.

They had a heated debate on a local Philly radio station recently if tomato pie is actually considered pizza. If you even have to ask, you shouldn't have an opinion.

kurthi


I think its just semantics and geography. Different versions of something with the same name. Like the "sauce vs gravy" debate for tomato sauce, ( I married Italian, they call it gravy, I call it sauce lol) Or a "grinder vs hoagie/sub", "pork roll or Taylor Ham" or calling all sodas (or Pepsi) a "Coke". Them's fightin' words in my neck of the woods. Coke?! This is Pepsi country! Laughing smiley


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I found this one on Pinterest and made it this morning. Really good.
https://www.blesserhouse.com/classic-southern-tomato-pie/

magruso


I made this one today. Since I'm doing the Weight Watchers thing I did this one with a cauliflower crust and other substitutions. It came out a lot better than my first try last weekend...lol






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Thats a great idea to use a cauliflower crust. I'm doing low carb so I'll have to try that.


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Thats a great idea to use a cauliflower crust. I'm doing low carb so I'll have to try that.

kenjo123


I'm not a great cook but I was going for low carbs, fat and sodium. So the only two ingredients in the crust is the cauliflower and 2 eggs. The filling is tomatoes, fresh basil and onion. The topping is 1 cup of Fage Zero yogurt, 2 tbsps of low-fat mayo, 1/2 cup of part skim shredded mozzarella and one small steamed zucchini squash (no skin) that I liquefied in a food processor.

Pre-bake the crust at 350 for 35 minutes, then let it cool, add every thing else and bake it for 45 minutes at 350..

It came out really well and the crust got nice and brown but I made it a little too thick. It was a little soft in the middle but it didn't fall apart when I sliced it. I'll make the crust thinner next time.


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Thanks for the recipe, thats a lot less rich than my usual tomato pie!


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Here on the New Jersey shore, a tomato pie is a pizza. Only difference is a tomato pie is constructed the opposite of a pizza pie. On the dough you first place the cheese, then the toppings, then the sauce.

Photo of neon sign on Vic's Pizza in Bradley Beach, NJ.....probably the best thin crust pie on the NJ Shore.




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I grew up in Bergen County and never heard of a tomato pie like that. I think we were more influenced by New York.