Pepperidge Farm Informative - Yum! Pepperidge Farm pot pies

Review by 26128 on 2006-08-26
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA -- I am absolutely flabbergasted at the quality/tastiness of your turkey pot pie. Although I'm not a cookie or goldfish cracker person, I found your pies on sale at my local Harris Teeter. My husband insisted on pot pies for dinner.

Wonderful! We even cooked them in the microwave and they came out perfect. Very impressed with the amount of vegetables, the flakiness of the crust, and the large chunks of white-meat turkey.

We will definitely buy these again!
Comments:24 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-09-01
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-26:
What's the price range on these pies?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-26:
I think we got them 2 for $5, but they are well worth it. Still a pretty cheap meal for 2!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-26:
Nutrition Facts*
Amount Per Serving (serving size) = 1 c

Calories 500
Total Fat 33g
Sat. Fat 10g
Cholesterol 30mg
Sodium 890mg
Total Carb. 38g
Dietary Fiber 2g

Sugars 6g
Protein 13g

% Daily Values**
Vitamin A 4%
Vitamin C 4%
Calcium 4%
Iron 10%

a little high in fat, too bad
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-26:
Oh, c'mon...every once in awhile isn't gonna kill ya'. It's eating like that everyday that will!
Posted by D. on 2006-08-26:
Hey Pirate...and how many servings are in that one pot pie? One or Two...gotta double all of that if it's two! I know Marie Callandars or however that is spelled is a two serving pot pie but they are the best sounds like the same as this poster posted on Pepperidge Farms...big chunks of white turkey and lots of veggies and it isn't dry like others, it has lots of gravy.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-27:
yep, and a lot of shortening in the pie crusts, shame too.
Posted by DORCAS on 2006-08-27:
Unfortunately lots of the good stuff has alot of fat/cals in them but unless you have a real health and weight problem I see no harm in enjoying something tastey once in awhile. Just keep things in moderation and you should be fine. I was thinking about when you dine out, you don't really have the opportunity to see a nutrition label and you get what sounds good. Again practicing a healthy lifestyle and common sense helps and allows you to enjoy a nice meal or dinner out with friends. And I agree, the Marie Calandars pot pies are really good. I indulge once in awhile myself.
Posted by SHELLBY on 2006-08-27:
Sounds yummie I love Pot Pie, albeit it is high in fat and sodium. Try not eating the crust that's where majority of the fat is:)
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-27:
You did it now! I'm hungry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by D. on 2006-08-27:
You have to have the crust...
Posted by D. on 2006-08-27:
I'm having Irish Stew today Liddy...come on over!
Posted by DORCAS on 2006-08-28:
OH Man, crust is the best part. Especially the edges. Get them a light brown and then break them off and dip them in the pie. And a big P.S. to DB. Ummmm on the Irish stew. I usually have biscuits or cornbread to go with it. Enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-28:
Today's Irish stew
When the Irish people began immigrating to the United States, fleeing from the ravages of starvation caused by the potato famine, they naturally brought along their wonderful hearty food traditions. The stew evolved and adapted to include the local offerings. Sheep were not as plentiful, so other types of meat were often substituted. When made in the traditional manner, the result is very thick and hearty, not thin like soup. The recipe has evolved to often include Guinness stout. Some variations have exalted this original peasant dish to near gourmet status. Whether you like the basic version or a more fancy one, please read on to try one of the many recipes for Irish Stew.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-28:
DB we have lots of Sheep around where I am, do you need me to russell one up?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-28:
Pirate, are you the "site nutritionist" now as well? You eat at Wendy's, Indi's, eat processed meat and have an obsession for Lloyd's Pork in a Can and you knock what, EmtC is eating? Pot Pies are great and yes I have been known to eat the lowly "Swansen or bargain varieties! I made a few at home as well and they are quick and easy to prepare. (ITR)
Posted by D. on 2006-08-28:
That's ok Liddy....I never interfer with a man and his sheep.
Posted by D. on 2006-08-28:
When I make home made pot pie, I use the large cast iron skillet...UMMY
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-29:
I use the 9" pie crusts but to each their own. Do you plan to share some of yours with me?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-29:
Nevermind, DB. Richard Simmons, Star Jones and Kristie Alley just sent me a "scathing" E-mail!
Posted by D. on 2006-08-29:
Star Jones is going to gain twice the weight back, Kristie Alley is half woman and half man...and Richard Simmons is half man and half, don't be intimidated by the likes of them, come on over I'll have plenty to share...I have to warn you that It can get sloppy, so we will need to wear bibs.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-08-29:
Sloppy? Hot chicken gravy on a person can be extremely painful. Good idea with the bibs.
Posted by D. on 2006-08-30:
I have to think what's best for the twins, and protect them you know.
Posted by D. on 2006-08-30:
Although they are fully grown now, they will always be my twins.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-09-01:
I think that "cable guy" has very fond thoughts of the twins still today.

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