Dear Big Time Brewery:
I love your Quattro Formaggio pizza. I love your Bhagwan beer. But your chicken pot pie?
A few words on how pie is defined:
1) Pies, even chicken pot pies, have filling. Filling is more than Cream of Chicken soup -- it should be slightly thicker in consistency, but more importantly, have, vegetables sliced so that they're approximately the same size as the pieces of chicken*, not
a few peas and some small carrot squares.
2) Pies have crusts. Some people make crusts with oil; some people make them with milk; you can learn about what constitutes a pie crust here
. A sourdough breadbowl is not a pie crust, and does not ever become a pie crust, even if you call it a pie crust on your sandwichboard sign.
*Three pieces of chicken is not enough for a chicken pot pie anyway!
In closing, please be honest enough to refer to your chicken pot pie as "mediocre Cream of Chicken soup in a sourdough breadbowl." Thank you.
In other news; I need better French.
And in closing, a fantastic quote from my horoscope in The Stranger:
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." -- W.B. Yeats