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Pot pie

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Single-serving potpies are ideal for a buffet because they are easy to eat; their glossy, golden puff pastry tops are cut into snowflake and wreath patterns, which hide a delicious filling of pork and winter vegetables that have been braised in white wine.

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Clever shortcuts make these individual potpies from Everyday Food reader Martha C. Neumann of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, surprisingly easy. Store-bought rotisserie chicken and pie dough cut the prep time; fennel bulb, fennel seed, and cubed ham update it.

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A handful of tweaks turn this comfort food into a smarter choice: white-meat chicken (not dark), extra veggies, low-fat milk in the filling, and a lighter crust. Brushing the phyllo with just a small amount of oil instead of butter makes it just as tasty.

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It's back to school and back to work -- all the more reason to have dinner ready in the freezer. This gluten-free recipe can be baked in an eight-inch square baking dish or two nine-inch deep-dish pie pans; you will need to add about fifteen minutes to the baking time.