while we were eating crazy good Diner chicken pot pie for supper–
the last supper we’ll serve on Christmas dishes until Christmas season, 2012 (Good Lord willing & the creek don’t rise).
It’s baked in a 9″x13″ pan with only a top crust
of flour, butter, cheese & ice water.
It was delicious. The recipe comes from what we call “The Diner Cookbook,” more formally cited as The Best of Casual American Cooking DINER by Diane Rossen Worthington; A Sunset Book; 1995 (The full citation is more than I want to do right now.)
[Unlike bloggers with huge followings, I write and post for pleasure only. I can count on fewer than 10 fingers the number of folks who read what I write. If I wanted to write for money, I would try to write for money. I link to Amazon, where you can find this not so old cookbook, because I want my posts to be complete. Mr. Big Food got the recipe for this crazy good Diner chicken pot pie from a book that’s still in print. The book has a lot of good recipes. Here’s where you can get the book.
A lot of folks– including folks who have successful blogs and are inclined toward Mises-style-thinking (I’m looking at Glenn Reynolds) want you to believe that if you access Amazon via their sites, and then buy something at Amazon, the commission they get, which they thank you for, will cost you nothing. How can that be? I know I’ve gotten stupider since I moved to Mississippi, but really? That just don’t make no sense.]