Food·Posted on Nov 21, 201411 Pies You Can Eat For DinnerNeed we say more?by Marian BullBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Via food52.com Pie is TOO FABULOUS to only be eaten for dessert. Especially in fall and winter (when cozy food reigns supreme) savory pies, tarts, and galettes are an awesome way to turn seasonal produce into a pretty and delicious meal.The recipes in this post are a great place to start, but also remember that you're totally free to freestyle and make up your own savory pastry creation. 1. Turkey Pot Pie Via food52.com This pot pie should be the final destination for all your Thanksgiving leftovers. Get the recipe here. 2. Sausage and Kale Dinner Tart Via food52.com Like a kale salad, but, you know, better. Get the recipe here. 3. Balkan Lamb and Leek Pie Via food52.com Because phyllo dough makes everything better. Get the recipe here. 4. French Onion Tart Via food52.com If you love French onion soup, you should be aware that you can also eat it in pie form. Get the recipe here. 5. Thanksgiving Root Vegetable Pie Via food52.com Forget about the Tofurkey of yore — this is what you want to serve as a vegetarian Thanksgiving main. And then all the time, after that. Get the recipe here. 6. Fig and Blue Cheese Tart with Honey, Balsalmic and Rosemary Via food52.com Figs make everything feel a little fancier. This would be a great party appetizer, or a meal if you pair it with a big green salad. Get the recipe here. 7. Leek, Fennel, and Mushroom Galette Via food52.com With a generous sprinkle of cheese, please. Get the recipe here. 8. Vegan Lentil Shepherd's Pie with Parsnip and Potato Mash Via food52.com When you can't take the cold weather anymore, just coat everything with a layer of mashed potatoes. Get the recipe here. 9. Frito Pie Via food52.com Okay, is this technically a pie in the rolled-out-pastry sense? No. But it IS a bowl of chili covered wtih Fritos, cheese, and sour cream, so I'm not really sure what your objection is. Get the recipe here. 10. Leek and Greens Tart with Cornmeal Crust Via food52.com A really easy way to eat your greens: Put them in a decadent, carby crust. Get the recipe here. 11. Rustic Beet Tart and Wilted Greens Via food52.com Can't be beet. Get the recipe here. Marian Bull is an editor for the community-based food website Food52, where you can find lots more recipes, cooking advice, and kitchen products.