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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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1 selling premium pot pie brand, has introduced three new just-like-homemade pot pies in time for comfort food season.
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.
Illustrated with full-color photography of many of its delicacies, Vegan Casseroles: Pasta Bakes, Gratins, Pot Pies, and More is a treasury of vegan "comfort food" recipes, perfect for family dining or festive entertainment
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 microwavable bowl and an accompanying carton which features a susceptor patch were designed to make preparation of pot pies more convenient for South African consumers.
n Homer says: ``I will fill the pot holes, help the pot heads and eat the pot pies.
Chicago Town Pot Pies come in chicken & vegetable and steak & vegetable varieties.
Some of the creative dishes featured within its pages include Cranberry Orange Relish, Tempeh Pate, Butternut Squash and Lemon Grass Bisque, Perestroika (Russian Salad), Thai Slaw, Korean Tacos, Puff Pastry Pot Pies, Carrot Cake with Dream Cheese Frosting, Key Lime Parfait, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, and Palm Desert Date Shake.
Du-par's, with 105 employees, is noted for its pancakes, French toast, chicken pot pies and fruit pies.
Tweedy decides to switch from eggs to the more profitable production of chicken pot pies and installs a huge, ghastly industrial device--a gas chamber analog, one readily guesses--for this purpose.