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What’s for Dinner?

These chicken pot pies take hours to prepare. I made them for a dinner party at my place on Saturday. And there was one left over. I’m so excited to be eating this tonight. What food are you looking forward to?


8 comments for “What’s for Dinner?”

  1. Leyla says:

    Looks like a labor of love! You must have made the crust from scratch, I usually take so many shortcuts for chicken pot pie like buying a rotissierie chicken and using pre-made biscuit as the crust!

    • wendy says:

      I do make the crust from scratch and it is a labor of love. But my dinner guests were worth it. And of course, I got the leftovers!!

  2. Petra says:

    I want to be on your guest list! These look stunning.

    I am looking forward to homemade dark chocolate pudding, thickened with duck eggs (my choice for creamy desserts like pudding and ice cream). I’m bringing it to the monthly vegetarian potluck I attend. Not vegetarian, but I love this group of people. Homemade pudding is so comforting, yet decadent.

    • wendy says:

      What’s the difference as a thickening agent between a duck egg and a chicken egg? (Sounds like a set up for a joke!)

      • Petra says:

        It’s less about thickening power and more about richness. Duck eggs have a greater yolk to white ratio. I could eat a duck yolk raw (and if there’s a little left in the bowl, I sample it!) Shells are a lot tougher than chicken eggs though.

  3. Gigi says:

    Nothing as good as those chicken pot pies!
    They look incredible!

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