I grew up in New England, but my family on both sides is Southern (Georgia and South Carolina).

I was consequently familiar with the Southern dessert known as Chess Pie; it's single-crust egg-custard based pie that is traditionally thickened with a little corn meal.

I even knew about Buttermilk Pie, another egg-custard single-crust pie that uses buttermilk and lemon juice (not quite as sweet as Chess pie but just as good). These two pies are sometimes lumped together, but Chess Pie and Buttermilk Pie are not the same.

Today I learned about Vinegar Pie, another egg-custard single crust Southern Pie that uses vinegar.

Vinegar, lemon juice, buttermilk all serve to help the eggs and sugar curdle and become custard, so there's a common chemistry.

I'm going to try making a Vinegar Pie; assuming I can spare the eggs.

Anyone else had or made these?