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Old 01-18-2008, 04:18 PM   #1
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Shephards pie

I've been working late and quick meals have been the norm around here lately.

Last night was Shepards pie. Quick and easy.





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Leaving for Wyoming early next week for a couple of weeks so I've been loading up on cold weather gear. We sure don't need that stuff down here!!!!

My Baffin extreme boots came in yesterday and they have bibs and parka waiting for me when I get there.

I'm gonna be one cold azz cajun!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-18-2008, 04:31 PM   #2
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Lookin good Ronbeaux, just don't let the english hear you call it that. every time I go someone in the group gets yelled at. With beef it's cottage pie. With lamb, it's shepherds pie. We just tune 'em out and eat it anyway...
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Old 01-19-2008, 06:20 AM   #3
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Ron I've been jonsing for Sheppards pie or as Curtis correctly noted "Cottage Pie" lately..........and you're gonna make me pull the trigger buddy!

I've been dieting as some of you know and I'm cutting way back on red meat and have been substituting with "soy protein" ie. fake meat. So what would you call a shepards pie or cottage pie made with that? Don't say schit either! The stuff is actually pretty tasty.
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Old 01-19-2008, 07:07 AM   #4
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Looks great Ron. I never heard of cottage pie before. we allways called sheppards pie down here.
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Old 01-19-2008, 07:17 AM   #5
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Larry try ground turkey....when you use it something
highly seasoned like spaghetti sauce, it's not bad.
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Ron I've been jonsing for Sheppards pie or as Curtis correctly noted "Cottage Pie" lately..........and you're gonna make me pull the trigger buddy!

I've been dieting as some of you know and I'm cutting way back on red meat and have been substituting with "soy protein" ie. fake meat. So what would you call a shepards pie or cottage pie made with that? Don't say schit either! The stuff is actually pretty tasty.
Larry, have you gone California on me!?!?!?

Sheppards Pie takes me back to my Midwest college days...*sigh*
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Old 01-19-2008, 08:30 AM   #7
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Larry try ground turkey....when you use it something
highly seasoned like spaghetti sauce, it's not bad.
I'm with Cappy on this one, we use it in lasagna and other things, it doesnt add any flavor but it certainly absorbs. Works really well
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Larry try ground turkey....when you use it something
highly seasoned like spaghetti sauce, it's not bad.
I'm with Cappy on this one, we use it in lasagna and other things, it doesnt add any flavor but it certainly absorbs. Works really well
I agree, it's not bad in stuff like that but the last time I used ground turkey you boys almost raped me for using it.

I'm gonna do the soy stuff today in chili, I had the soy sausage for breakfast and it's actually pretty darn good with no saturated fat. I need to save my saturated fat consumption for when I make Q.
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Soy Stuff and Ground Gobbler....
It's a sad day in the BBQ world....
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Always been Sheppard's Pie here. Nice mix of ground meat, onions, spices, corn and taters.

Mom used to make it with creamed corn, but now I make it with kernel corn, and gravy

Looks great !
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