Yesterday was National Cherry Pie Day. And while most people I know Love Cherry Pie, it isn’t one of my favorites. Now this recipe for Cherry Pie I have found I might like a lot. Hope you all are staying warm, and are having a wonderful month filled with PIES!!!
I am a glutton for punishment. Looking up all these pie recipes being a diabetic is sometime not very nice. Today’s recipe would make my sugar sky high but I think it would be worth it!!! Who doesn’t love Peanut Butter Pie!!!
Pot Pie: A pot pie is a type of meat pie with a top crust, generally made in a pot, consisting of flaky pastry.
We are still in winter……kind of!!! Even thought the next few days it won’t feel like it. And one of my favorite pies for winter time is a Pot Pie. And I am not picky chicken, turkey, beef, I will eat them all. So with so many pot pies out their, I went with a Chicken Pot Pie for today’s Recipe for Pie Month. Maybe I should have waited until I had lunch, now I am starving.
Took my time for this pie. Wanted to find something unique and a pie recipe I had never heard of. Something that wasn’t your Apple or Cherry variety. Here is what I found. A Nectarine, Plum, Raspberry Pie. I don’t know about you all, but I am getting into the mood for some pie!!!!
February is a brand new month. Come in this month and Check Out one of our Inspirational to get entered into the drawing for the month. Congratulations to Charles Aikens our winner for January.
February is National American Pie Month. So I will be posting Pie Recipes all month. To start us off I am posting my Grandfather’s favorite Pie, Sour Cream Raisin Pie, and I can say it isn’t half bad.
It is the last day of January and your last Soup Recipe!!! How about some Egg Drop Soup. It is also the last day to get your name into the drawing for Checking Out a Mystery Book from our Collection.
Starting Saturday it will be PIE’S. February is Nation Pie Month. And who doesn’t love PIE!!! Enjoy the last day of Soup.
Sorry I didn’t get a soup up Wednesday, I had a sick child. So for today I went out of our comfort zone. Indian Winter Soup.
Also today the 27th is National Chocolate Cake Day!!!!
Tomorrow is Winnie the Pooh day celebrating the Author A.A. Miline Birthday. We have the Story here in the library about the bear that inspired the Winnie the Pooh books.
The weather is cold…..very cold. And I think this sound delicious during these cold days. We all make it different, and have our own little touches we do. But this is a very simple recipe that anyone who has never made Chicken and Noodles could use. They are just missing the mash potato’s in my option!!!
Or you can try this Crack Chicken and Noodle. I made this and my kids loved it. This recipe has been going around Facebook. It is not a traditional Chicken and Noodle, but you will love it.