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Recipe courtesy Rodney Henry
"A friend gave me this recipe after I had mentioned that my meat pies lacked 'punch'. The pie has a delicious, distinctive flavor thanks to lots of seasonings. Flecks of carrots peek out of each neat slice. My family especially enjoys this dinner when the
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This is a wonderful and easy dough to work with- I cut 6" rounds and fill with meats or fish and bake for a light supper- or use for your dinner pastries!
All baked into a double crust pie in a creamy swiss cheese sauce! Serve with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
I made this for my daughter who loves to eat cheese, bacon and everything bad for one's health. But I tell you, it was scrumptious! Saw this episode in Martha Stewart sometime not long ago.
I had a craving for something with a Mexican flair, but didn't have many ingredients on hand. I made this up with what I had and was really pleased with the results. This is very filling and tastes great. It is mild as written, but can easily be spiced up
A hearty meat and potato dish , so warm and filling yet so easy! This is From A Very old Set of Betty Crocker cook books, modified a little for more modern tastes
I havenÂ’t tried this yet but just found it in a crock pot cookbook. I am posting for the Zaar World tour to Asia and hope to make it soon.
A mushroom, onion, sour cream and tofu pie from Almost Vegetarian. Fast to make the filling. Use your favorite savory pie dough or phyllo dough for the crust. Freeze the extras if you make more than one. The pie raw will keep up to three months frozen or 3
Great for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Enjoy from Southern Living OMAC directions included.