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pot pie

n.
1. A mixture of meat or poultry and vegetables covered with a pastry crust and baked in a deep dish.
2. A meat or poultry stew with dumplings.
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I'm not sure why most printed pot pie recipes call for chicken; some of the best pot pies are made with other meats.
NYC Vegan: Iconic Recipes for a Taste of the Big Apple provides a fine celebration of old and modern New York tastes with a vegan twist, including ethnic, neighborhood, and regional specialties that range from soft pretzels and knishes to pot pies, Italian lasagna, and falafel.
Haedrich really gets rolling in the remainder of the book with its dazzling wealth of recipes for all kinds of savory pie incarnations, starting slowly with easy little hand pies, tarts, and empanadas, then reaching pastry heights with more challenging strudels and double-crust pot pies.
Blake's makes frozen meals, including pot pies, casseroles, pasta dishes and other entrees.
Homesick New Englanders can now find Danver's Butchery steak tips (marinated in steakhouse sauce or teriyaki) at Butcher's Gourmet in Osprey, along with real Fenway franks, New England chicken pot pies and lobster pies.
Drew: I was very excited to try this product because I have eaten a number of pot pies over the years.
Topped with a rich, flaky crust, the 13-ounce frozen pot pies have a suggested retail of $6.
Lowe said the pies are similar to pot pies, but are self contained in their crust and can be eaten like a sandwich.
And lurking in the background is a controversial front-page story in The New York Times May 15 that accused the frozen food industry of abdicating its responsibility for the safety of frozen entrees after an outbreak of salmonella two years ago from Banquet pot pies.
A multistate case-control study conducted during October 3-13 indicated that illness was associated with consumption of Banquet[R] brand frozen, not-ready-to-eat pot pies (odds ratio = 23.
here said it has resumed production of its Banquet and private label pot pies at its Marshall, Mo.