Don't have the recipe, but my first job (way back in '83) was at a very exclusive restaurant. The chef changed the menu every 3 days, but always kept one item on it: Pigeon Pie. It was pigeon meat, slow cooked, with mushrooms, shallots and possibly other veggies, maybe leeks or celery, all wrapped up in phyllo. It was fashioned like a "money bag" with a twist at the top; then, the phyllo had a "puff" at the top. when you cut open the puff, you'd find a hard-boiled quail egg. It was the chef's little joke.
I've never seen anything else like it, but it would be neat to re-create it.