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The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting ♛Queen Boo♛:" Lots of shepherds pie recipes use beef too. It's still called shepherds pie. Lol."


Indeed.



Not to mention, isn't a hamburger casserole all mixed in together, not layered?

Fairy [God] Mother Due February 23 (girl); 17 kids; Stratham, New Hampshire 7085 posts
Dec 17th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting EC♥:</b>" I cant call it shepherds pie? Whos gonna stop me?"</blockquote>




Na uh! You can't call it that! The foodies will get you!

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting J+K=Bri+? :):" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♛Queen Boo♛:</b>" Lots of shepherds pie recipes ... [snip!] ... right way. Shepherd's pie is made with ground lamb and if you use beef then it's not shepherds pie, it's Hamburger casserole."


I know you're not trying to be an a*****e, but you sound like a snob.



Really.... it's a freaking shepherd's pie. C'mon. Even if I call it a f**king ice cream sundae, it's meat, potatoes, and some other shit layered into what most consider to be a shepherd's pie. "The right way".... please.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting J+K=Bri+? :):" <blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" I know you're not trying to be an a*****e, ... [snip!] ... and call it a hamburger. I was just saying a true shepherd's pie is made with lamb, the meat the people (Shepherd's) raised."


A'ight. *headdesk*

Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1089 posts
Dec 17th '12

Glad I got so much help with my Shepherd's Pie. :D :oops:

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting EC♥:" Glad I got so much help with my Shepherd's Pie. :D :oops:"


IT'S NOT SHEPHERD'S PIE. HOW DARE YOU!



Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1089 posts
Dec 17th '12

Anyways..... Do I need to heat up the green beans before I put them in the dish and put in the oven?

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting EC♥:" Anyways..... Do I need to heat up the green beans before I put them in the dish and put in the oven?"


Hmm. I don't know if I've ever put grean beans in mine... I'd probably stir fry them with a little seasoning and then put them in before baking the "meal".

Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1089 posts
Dec 17th '12

Damn dude. I just went and looked in my cabinet and I don't even HAVE any green beans. I was all excited to make this!!!

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting EC♥:" Damn dude. I just went and looked in my cabinet and I don't even HAVE any green beans. I was all excited to make this!!!"


Go get some fresh ones!! Stirfrying some fresh ones in some butter, soy sauce, a little salt and paprika... mmmm.

Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1089 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting The Doctor:" Go get some fresh ones!! Stirfrying some fresh ones in some butter, soy sauce, a little salt and paprika... mmmm."


YUM. We actually never make fresh ones. That sounds really good, though. But I am too lazy to get out. Haha

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting EC♥:" YUM. We actually never make fresh ones. That sounds really good, though. But I am too lazy to get out. Haha"


Haha! I hear that.

Emma's Mama ♥ 1 child; 1089 posts
Dec 17th '12

So I have a little bit of frozen ones but I don't know if it'd be enough. I also have some frozen broccoli. Would it be good with both of those mixed together?

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting EC♥:" So I have a little bit of frozen ones but I don't know if it'd be enough. I also have some frozen broccoli. Would it be good with both of those mixed together?"


Absolutely! Mmmm.

friendlygirl626 6 kids; Kansas 8593 posts
Dec 17th '12

I am really bad cause I make mine with ground turkey, lol, but here is how I make MY version of "shepard's pie".



1 lb ground urkey or beef, 1/2 onion - cook and drain off excess grease
add 1 pkg brown gravy mix and 1/4c water - mix well
add 1 can corn and 1 can grean beans - mix well
put all the above in a baking dish - add mashed potatoes on top and bake for about 20min or until bubbly
with about 5 min left I add about 2c shredded cheddar cheese and cook until all melted and gooey



So yummy!