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    1. Posted March 25, 2010 at 9:01 am | Permalink

      This looks like a good dessert I can make for a group I cook for – I’m always looking for something delicious and homemade – and I have one person who can’t eat chocolate – so this will definitely be on the list (probably this Saturday!). I have one question – what is TSG – is that a brand of preserves you prefer? Thanks for the great idea! Cathy

      • Rita's Kitchen
        Posted March 25, 2010 at 11:11 am | Permalink

        TSG is Two Sisters Gourmet, a line of products that you purchase through home parties, or online. Go to PartyLite.com for more information. You can also use any brand of thick, full-flavored jam or preserves. Please let me know how the recipe turns out for you.

    2. Jane Rubey
      Posted April 15, 2010 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

      Look at you two!! This is great. Somehow, I feel the baton has been passed on. I love all the great ideas and pictures.
      Our power was out all day yesterday until 6 P.M.. Interestingly, I had asked Chuck to bring home a rotisserie chicken from Whole Foods before I knew I wouldn’t be able to cook dinner. We did quite well with chicken and salad. I usually do the chicken pot pie thing with the remaining chicken. It is Chuck’s favorite. It requires simmering the bones and skin to create a tasty chicken stock. I use that for a great gravy that binds together the veggies and chicken. Any extra stock I freeze in an icecube tray for later uses.
      Good luck on your latest venture.
      xxx jane

      • Rosie's Kitchen
        Posted April 15, 2010 at 4:28 pm | Permalink

        Thank you Jane! And you were one of the very first out there with a food website in the 1990’s! Loved your Nutritious Gourmet website!
        Good tip about the tasty broth from the bones. I did that recently with a rotisserie — in fact, that’s what I used in the Cauliflower Leaves soup! But for convenience I called for canned chicken broth in both recipes. I think your stock tip should be added to our “How-to” section which is still in progress.

    3. Louise
      Posted April 16, 2010 at 7:07 am | Permalink

      You succeeded in making me hungry! Love the look and it’s so fresh!
      I’ve been meaning to find a chicken pot pie recipe that is fresh. Can’t wait to try it!
      Way to go!
      Louise

      • Rosie's Kitchen
        Posted April 16, 2010 at 9:56 am | Permalink

        Please let us know how you like the skillet pot pie!

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