We all but quit buying frozen pot pies years ago, although I had always liked them. As compared to TV dinners, they had been a favorite. Over the years, as manufacturers sought to lower production costs, they have become more watery, although the prices went up rather than down. Then, the clincher was when they quit including the bottom crust. The store and generic brands were the first to do that, as might be expected. Then, Banquet started making them without a bottom crust and, finally, even the more expensive brands, like Marie Callender's, omitted the bottom crust. As did Swanson's, and any of the others that I have tried. Even Amy's, an organic brand, cheated their customers out of a bottom crust; plus I found the Amy's brand to be not so good. We hadn't bought a frozen pot pie in probably as long as two years when I noticed a brand at BJ's, which (for those of you don't have them in your area, can be compared to Sam's Club or Costco. I think that BJ's is restricted to the East Coast. Anyhow, they had a brand of pot pie called Blake's, which I hadn't come across before, so we bought a case of them, since it's one of those stores where you have to buy bulk. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they were not only pretty good (although still more watery than pot pies used to be), but that they had a bottom crust.