Tourtiere Pie Dish.
Fine French Tourtiere designed for hearth side use whereby embers would be placed around & into the specially designed lid to provide an all round baked crust.
Freshly re-tinned in France by another company & perfectly suitable for convection oven use.
To accommodate a pie of 27 cm x 6 cm. 9″ x 2.36″
Total weight: 1839 grs, 4.05 lb
Age: Early – Mid 19th
“The tourtière is a French-Canadian meat pie that originated in the province of Quebec in Canada as early as 1600. Most recipes for tourtière include ground pork and other ground meats. The tourtière is a traditional part of Christmas and New Year’s celebrations in Quebec, but the pie is also enjoyed at other times and throughout Canada and the upper midwest and eastern United States. There is some debate about the origin of the name of the dish. Some believe that the dish is named after the now extinct passenger pigeons, called “tourtes,” that were cooked into the original pies. Others argue that the pie is named after the deep baking dish that families used to create the pies. It is, however, agreed that by 1611, the word tourtière had come to refer to the pastry containing meat or fish that was cooked in this medium-deep, round or rectangular dish”.
Oven to table since the 17th Century!
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