Source: Betty Crocker's cookbook.
This is always a favorite and pretty simple. I've cooked this for years every year following our Thanksgiving turkey gorge. After the big meal, I cook the bird down in a huge stew pot to get all the meat off the bone (skimming fat off as needed). Then I add some veggies and lentils to make turkey soup. Any leftovers from that can go into the pot pie. 3 different ways to eat leftover turkey, and nothing gets wasted!
It's summer folks & time for slaw! This is a wonderful creamy coleslaw with an enjoyable taste. The initial slating step leaves a crisp cabbage and prevents the dressing from pooling in the bowl.
Substituting low-fat or fat-free as desired for the appropriate ingredients will make it more diet friendly if you wish
Nothing says Bawlmer, Murlin like crab cakes Hon!
This is my take on a regional favourite. Based on a Cook's Illustrated recipe
I don't pretend these would be considered "authentic" Especially if you use any of the various herbs I suggest.
After all. I'm a DamnYankee transplant. However, they are good.