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Today’s Blog Topic is: September 23rd is National Great American Pot Pie Day. What does Pot Pie mean to you?
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It’s either a nightmarish dictator from the past, or a nightmare from the dinner table of my youth.
What does Pot Pie mean to me? I have never once in my life thought about that, My memories of Pot Pie are those aluminum things they came in when you stuck them in the oven and would burn your fingers when you removed them.
When I was a child I got sick off a pot pie and never ate one again!
Pot pies mean lunch while home sick from school as a child.
Pot pie to me means sitting in my grandma’s kitchen watching her make an incredible chicken pot pie then salivating until dinner time as the wonderful baking smell filled her house.
A means to indulge after I have accomplished most of the stuff on my to-do list! 🙂
Pot pies mean vegetable pot pies since I stopped eating chicken pot pies long ago and smoking grass when I was a teenager..so there 🙂
Pot pie evokes a crisp fall day, steam rising from the delicious filling when the crust is first broken by fork, with wonderful aromas of savory meat and vegetables spreading throughout the dining room. Comfort in a pie shell!
Not a fan of Pot Pie’s.
it mean warm food on a cold day, my mother makes pot pies from scratch oh how I love them
tons of sodium and fat
Being back at my high school job at a grocery store and labeling each little square pot pie box with some ridiculously low price
Warm eating on a winter’s day.
A misleading definition of a true pie. Give me pecan or coconut cream pie anyday!
Wholesome goodness all wrapped up in one dish. Takes the chill off of fall and winter creeping in….
POT PIE IS AN OUTSTANDING COMBINATION OF ELEGANT CRUST AND FRESH VEGETABLES ALL COMBINED
TO MAKE A PERFECT MEAL
Pot pie is the delicious way to celebrate a meal on a cool fall evening, and since it is all inclusive, you don’t need to add anything to it…
Swanson frozen pot pies – ate a million of them growing up, along with Swanson TV dinners.
Ooey gooey goodness in a shell.
To me, Pot Pie means comfort. A cold, snowy, winter’s day and a hot chicken pot pie in the oven.
I just remember cooking the frozen ones in the foil bowl when I was a kid. I haven’t had one of those in 25 years.
Great food based on vegetables well wraped that put in oven to give warm during the cold days
Meat and vegetables covered in a crust. Some taste great and some do not.
Pot pies remind me of my college days, where we would eat our share of those cheap (50 cents), frozen Banquet pot pies. Good stuff!
Swansons Chicken pot pie when I was a kid
Warm kitchen, wonderful aroma and a full tummy !!!
There used to be a great old dive bar in downtown Chicago that made them fresh every Wednesday. Miss ’em!
When you say Pot Pie you have said it all,from sunday dinner on.
Mom putting in a couple frozen ones in the oven (this was before microwaves) and having them ready when my brother and I came in after playing outside in the winter.
I love a good homemade pot pie, haven’t had one in a while though. I don’t do the frozen ones for lunch at work because of time involved in baking them.
A complete meal in one. I eat them in a bowl with a spoon.
good old home cooking and stick to your ribs food
Pot pie means being a kid again at home with mom not having time to cook a meal so pot pie time!
An entire dinner…..in a dorm room!~
Pot pies were something I ate when I was broke! Homemade ones are yummy the frozen ones not so much
Pot Pie = Yummy! ‘Nuff said!
Crispy golden crust holding lean chicken, succotash, extra corn, and rich gravy–bubbling hot from the oven.
Comfort food on a chilly winter night.
Pot pie to means no more empty stomach when I am hungry.
My wife makes a great homemade pot pie unlike the sodium and fat-laden processed junk in the supermarket.
I think of college (cheap food) and autumn (warm comfort food) when I think of Pot Pies.
something hippies invented
Good Food !
It reminds me of Sunday lunches when I was younger and we would eat with our extended family and friends. Mom made it from scratch and it was delicious. I make it myself now!
Something good to eat once in a while.
Pot pie means happy winter nights with my family! Homemade pot pie of course.
It’s what was served in the mess hall on Sunday night.
When I was a little girl, I HATED pot pies!!! They were the old kind that had to be cooked in the oven. Now, I think of the big ones with the flaky crust that you get in restaurants, and I LOVE them, especially in winter. My favorite is chicken or turkey, but I like other varieties, as well.