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Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Sheldon Scott, Sep 11, 2015.
Rosemary Chicken was excellent
-Leftover homemade chicken pot pie
Oooh, chicken pot pie. I think I'll ask the better half to pick me up one from KFC tomorrow.
I've not had one of theirs that I recall. I take it they're good.
I used to like Bob Evans pot pie.
They're OK. Good flaky crust but no bottom crust. Maybe I'll just drag a Marie Callender out of the freezer.
The homemade ones are OK, but if I have chicken & gravy in the freezer, I still prefer a Marie Callender stretched with extra chicken & gravy and extra mixed veggies. There's never enough filling to them.
I HATE the ones with no bottom crust. It feels as though I've been ripped off. It cannot be called a "pie."
I think Swanson (or maybe Banquet) are like that.
I think the crust is the best part of a pot pie, so I agree that no bottom is a rip. My husband doesn't like pie crust **GASP!** so we are a match made in heaven.
I have never heard of anyone not liking pie crust.
I'm trying to think of other similar foods to ask how he feels about them, but there really are none.
I guess if the crust is soggy (like a microwaved pot pie rather than a baked one), I can understand.
Nah, he's weird. He doesn't like the flaky part or the fluted part on top. Can you imagine???? His loss is my gain, however.
I skip crust on occasion, simply because it is fattening.
Tonight we will dine on pinto beans cooked with Itl. sausage, onion and spices, okra, and rice or corn bread.
Well, the pot pie didn't "pan out," so we had burgers and fries from the local joint.
-Salad with a big handful of fenugreek sprouts
-Leftover pizza (one slice Fontina cheese, one slice pepperoni)
Mexican takeout. I OD'd on chips and queso.
-Burger & fries
I always do that when I have Mexican. I get spicy salsa in addition to the regular one they provide and an order of queso. If I just got a salad with the chips & queso, I could make a meal out of it and forego the entree. Those fresh-made chips are so darned good.