I have a crisis.
I want a Hungry-Man pot pie. I've wanted one for a couple of years now. But I can't find them.
Maybe you're not a pot pie connoisseur. As a primer, Hungry-Man pot pies are pot pies for serious pie eaters. They're not those little rinky-dink pot pies from Banquet. These are a real meal--4 zillion fat grams and all.
But the grocery stores here in Arizona don't carry them. Why is that? What did Hungry-Man ever do to them? I know for a fact Arizonans eat unhealthy food because of all the OTHER high fat-gram content food I see stocked on the shelves. So why is Hungry-Man being censored? I can get their frozen dinners--those meal trays.
BUT I WANT THE PIES!!!!!
I did write the company that makes Hungry-Man and asked where I could find them. They kindly wrote back and verified that, yes, indeed, my local grocers were not stocking this item. But that I could buy them by the case and to inquire at my local market.
But that won't work. I live in an apartment that utilizes a side-by-side fridge/freezer. For the record, I hate side-by-side fridge freezers because the freezer space is very small. No place for a case of pies. Sigh.
So here's the question for the weekend. What food do you crave in your region of the country that isn't sold there?