Goodbye Pot Pie

So today I am leaving Tennessee and headed onto my next destination. I came to Tennessee only meeting my cousin’s once before. Not only are they just family now, they are friends. What I love about the journey so far is getting to spend time with people I hardly know and leaving knowing they have touched me in some way.

Around Piney Flat’s where they live were tobacco farms. I had never seen them before so I thought they were interesting. Below you can see where I stayed as well as tobacco.

Last night I made a $5 and 5 minute pot pie. I think I can thank my college days for having this type of food creativity. I really did come up with this on my own with some influence from a soup when we ate out last week. Who doesn’t like to look like they spent awhile making something that took them minutes and it is CHEAP? Here is the recipe:

2 18.8oz cans of soup (I used chipotle chicken corn cowder)

2 9″ frozen pie crusts

Pour both cans of soup in a pie crust and top with the other pie crust. Bake at 400 till done.

BOOM! Chicken Pot Pie

Fall Cake, Dump Cake, Apple Peach Pear Crisp -call it what you want

This recipe comes from a huge blog reader fan since I posted that I was looking for recipes the other day (shout out to my mommy!).

1 can apple pie filling

1 can peaches

1 can pear

cinnamon

1 cake mix (I used Butter Pecan)

1 stick of butter melted

Ice Cream and Pecans (optional)

Pour the cans of fruit (drain pears and peaches) in a 13×9 pan then sprinkle cinnamon. Put dry cake mix on top of fruit and pour melted butter on top of cake mix. Bake at 350 for around 1 hour till done. Garnish with a scoop of ice cream and pecans. Enjoy!

I am pretty sure I could eat this till I am sick.

Goodbye for now Piney Flats Tennessee and to my wonderful family! Journey on….

 

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