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February 12, 2010


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noble pig

I love your suggestions, I would hunker down with this anytime!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I love pot pies! My favorite thing is plunging the crust into the filling and letting it get a bit gooey.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

I hadnt really thought of pot pies for winter leftovers, but what a great idea. We used to have them (from the freezer) when I was a kid, but wouldnt it be fun to make one from scratch?


I absolutely agree. Why is it I never thought to keep a fresh stash in the freezer. I will change that immediately! Thanks for sharing, Julia. I do hope your friend is feeling better each day...


of all the things considered comfort foods by americans, chicken pot pie ranks right up there with buttery mashed potatoes and saucy lasagna for me. i like your suggestions--ive never considered freezing individual portions, but its a great idea!

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