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Recipe: Sirloin Shepherd’s Pie — 13 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing a comfort food dish Mary prepared. I know I crave heartier food during the winter. Last nite was black bean soup & cornbread. Oh for some signs of Spring & fresh asparagus!

  2. Hi Dave!
    Back in November you posted a recipe for an Oriental Cabbage Salad. I made it for Thanksgiving and it was a hit! I now want to bring it to Owen’s 1st LPA meeting. Where can I find it?
    Thanks!
    Cat (mother of Owen)

  3. Rebecca, the best sirloin for this is either from Sofo Foods on Monroe St. in Toledo, or one of the House of Meats location. It’s really good stuff!

    See” you in about an hour. 😀

  4. Looks yummy. I might make this over the weekend, but use 1/2 ground lamb, as I like the lammie taste in my SP.

    Did you really bake it in a mixing bowl?

    Here’s a good recipe for an asian slaw dressing:

    1/2 cup water
    1/2 cup sugar
    1 clove garlic, finely chopped
    1 small shallot, finely chopped
    1/4 cup fish sauce
    1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
    2 tablespoons lime juice
    Sriracha sauce to taste

    Bring the water to a boil, add the sugar and cook over low heat, stirring, until it dissolves completely. Stir in the garlic and shallot and cook 15 minutes more. Take off the heat and add the fish sauce, soy sauce, lime juice, and Sriracha. Mix well — taste and adjust seasonings accordingly and set aside.

  5. Well Zack, we can make it for you next time you’re up. Just give me enough warning so I can get the stuff for it!

  6. I found the blog with the Oriental Cabbage salad recipe in it. You posted it on March 24th 2007 (Chinese Food and a Trip was the name). It sounded good so I looked for it, I may have to try it soon along with this Shepard’s Pie.

  7. Oh my , this shepards pie looks so inviting. Next time u make some , pls invite me over !

    And yes i’d love to be linked up by you.

  8. Thanks Cyndi … I’d forgotten about that one. And I’d really liked it, too! Colette was one of the girls going to China with John, and I could have eaten a lot of that salad. 🙂

    Welcome Kate! You’ll find your link off to the right (which I need to reorganize somehow). That’s an amazing blog you have there. I love your photography, it’s extremely well-done. Of course, the food looks wonderful, too!

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