Reasonably Easy Chicken Pot Pie

Note: If you’re new at this cooking shit, this is intermediate-level shit, not beginner shit like my lasagna recipe. I’m not saying don’t try it, but don’t try it unless you’ve got some time to dedicate to it, and some time to clean up afterward, because you’re about to dirty some dishes and probably make a mess of your stovetop and counters. It’s worth it, but it’s not something to tackle on a week night after work.

Kitchen Shit You’ll Need:


How To Actually Cook It:


If you’re cooking for fewer than about six people, you will have leftovers. This is good. You’ve got lunch or dinner taken care of for at least a day or two. Cover whatever doesn’t get eaten that night in aluminum foil and stick it in the fridge. If you still have any left after a week, transfer it to Tupperware and stick it in the freezer until you’re not sick of it any more, then leave it in the fridge overnight to thaw before reheating.


If you have a toaster oven, line a baking sheet with aluminum foil, spray some cooking spray on it, drop a slice of pie on the foil, and bake at 350 for about 10 minutes. If you only have a microwave, put a slice in a bowl or on a plate and cover it with a MOIST paper towel (to protect your microwave from splatters) and microwave for about 2–3 minutes.