Growing up, I didn’t have the best opinion of pot pie. My family loved those individual frozen pot pies that you find at the supermarket. I wanted to like them, I really did. Having your own mini pie is so satisfying to a child. But the crust was dry and sub-par, the vegetables were mealy, the meat was bland, and they were scorching hot. We had to wait ages for them to be cool enough to consume. Then one day, my mom decided to make a pot pie from scratch. Oh, the epiphany! The crust was melt-in-your-mouth good, and the filling was ten times better. We’ve all been hooked on scratch-made pot pies ever since. I love a good pie-crust-topped pot pie. No denying it. A flaky, buttery crust is phenomenal.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had a busy and productive Monday with free agency fast approaching. First, they placed the exclusive franchise tag on running back Le’Veon Bell, meaning he’s not going anywhere this season. Steelers and Antonio Brown have reached agreement on deal to make him highest paid WR in NFL, per sources.
Rickie Fowler is borrowing an idea from his friend Jimmy Walker at The Honda Classic this week: he's playing with a shortened driver. Walker cut his driver down earlier this year at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii and credited the change for his hot start. Fowler followed suit and with his Cobra driver, cut from 44 1/2 inches to 43 1/2 inches, hit 31 of 42 fairways through three rounds at PGA National.