In episode 5 of "Stay Calm and Bake Pie," Doug is back by popular demand, demonstrating his culinary skills. Not sure if it's him or my improving editing skills, but damn if he doesn't look like a professional chef in this episode.
Also, there's some great music in this one. The Mike and Amy Finders Band gave us permission to use their song, "Man in the Kitchen." It's a PERFECT fit for Doug's segment! And legendary musician, Eric Troyer, of The Orchestra featuring ELO former members, wrote a pie song JUST FOR ME! There's a short version of it playing in the intro, and the full version for the ending.
This pie lesson project has turned into a joyful labor of love. I am enjoying the learning curve of the editing process (I'm shooting with an iPad, and only using iMovie to edit. I haven't yet advanced to Premiere or Final Cut.) It keeps my creative juices overflowing, almost as much as my chicken pot pie filling.
I especially love all the positive feedback. I am hearing over and over again, "Thank you for these videos." You. Are. So. Welcome. Thank you for watching them!
I continue to receive photos of your finished pies -- "victory shots," I call them. Sorry I have gotten behind on posting them all to the Facebook Victory Shot album, but I'm so focused on getting the next videos made I haven't had the time to go back and collect all the pie photos. There are so many! But I do see all of your pics and every single one of them, along with the accompanying stories, makes me swell with happiness and pride.
As for this particular pie, I confess, I had not made a chicken pot pie in years, so my skills were rusty on this one. And because I was nervous, and thus rushing, I spilled milk all over my stove. But guess what? That pie turned out great. It was so effing delicious it went from being comfort food to un-comfortable food because we ate WAY TOO MUCH! I hesitate to mention that because I am sensitive to the fact that there are people going hungry out there due to job loss, homelessness, illness....I am aware of how privileged we are to have this abundance of food to eat. I am also aware that for all that I preach about how pie is meant to be shared I'm not giving away many pies these days. It's not easy to get out of the house, and we live 25 minutes from town. Still....I want to be doing more to help others. I just hope that by sharing these lessons I am doing something to give back to the world.
So without further ado, here is the chicken pot pie lesson...
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