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Thread: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

  1. #1
    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    Had 500g mince meat out, so browned it up in the frypan with half a red
    onion, threw in some leftover veges from the previous nights dinner (beans,
    corn on the cob.... de-kerneled, peas etc) a couple packets of spring
    vegetable soup mix (the chicken stock had only just been finished and is in
    the outside fridge chilling off so's I can 'de-fat' it)...... and the left
    over balsamic and rosemary sauce from last night as well. Add a splodge of
    BBQ sauce and some cayenne pepper, and it was ready to go into the
    Corningware dish, with creamy mash spread over, with crumbled garlic
    sourdough pretzely type things..... and topped with parmesan and mozzarella.

    Meat and 3 vege all in one dish :-)

    The SO gave it an 8, mainly for flavour.

    I'm trying to run the fridge and freezer contents down in the next 3 weeks,
    to use up a lot of the stuff in there, so I won't have to make a rush on the
    last day before we leave and give it all away!!



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    bulka Guest

    Default Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    On Mar 6, 4:41 pm, "..PL.." <P...@brissie.aus> wrote:
    > Had 500g mince meat out, so browned it up in the frypan with half a red
    > onion, threw in some leftover veges from the previous nights dinner (beans,
    > corn on the cob.... de-kerneled, peas etc) a couple packets of spring
    > vegetable soup mix (the chicken stock had only just been finished and is in
    > the outside fridge chilling off so's I can 'de-fat' it)...... and the left
    > over balsamic and rosemary sauce from last night as well. Add a splodge of
    > BBQ sauce and some cayenne pepper, and it was ready to go into the
    > Corningware dish, with creamy mash spread over, with crumbled garlic
    > sourdough pretzely type things..... and topped with parmesan and mozzarella.
    >
    > Meat and 3 vege all in one dish :-)
    >
    > The SO gave it an 8, mainly for flavour.
    >
    > I'm trying to run the fridge and freezer contents down in the next 3 weeks,
    > to use up a lot of the stuff in there, so I won't have to make a rush on the
    > last day before we leave and give it all away!!
    >
    > --
    > Peter Lucas
    > Brisbane
    > Australia
    >
    > Killfile all Google Groups posters.........
    >
    > http://improve-usenet.org/
    >
    > http://improve-usenet.org/filters_bg.html


    I did the same thing a couple of days ago. The local paper ran some
    rec from a new casserole cookbook and - Shepard's Pie! I hadn't
    thought of that in years.

    Of course, that is about as much as I took from the newspaper
    recipie. (like I'm going out in the snow to try to find ground
    lamb). Did have to go get a bag of frozen peas (I think the peas and
    the mash are what define the dish), but then did some fridge
    cleaning.

    What a great use of leftovers. Mine was more like a gardener's pie,
    more veg than meat, but it was a cold night and this was a forgotten
    comfort food.

    That said, what is " crumbled garlic sourdough pretzely type things".
    Sounds interesting.

    And, hey. Don't hate me because I get here through google . I'm sure
    I could give you plenty of better reasons.

    B

  3. #3
    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    bulka <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > On Mar 6, 4:41 pm, "..PL.." <P...@brissie.aus> wrote:
    >> Had 500g mince meat out, so browned it up in the frypan with half a red
    >> onion, threw in some leftover veges from the previous nights dinner
    >> (beans, corn on the cob.... de-kerneled, peas etc) a couple packets of
    >> spring vegetable soup mix (the chicken stock had only just been
    >> finished and is in the outside fridge chilling off so's I can 'de-fat'
    >> it)...... and the left over balsamic and rosemary sauce from last night
    >> as well. Add a splodge of BBQ sauce and some cayenne pepper, and it was
    >> ready to go into the Corningware dish, with creamy mash spread over,
    >> with crumbled garlic sourdough pretzely type things..... and topped
    >> with parmesan and mozzarella.


    >
    > I did the same thing a couple of days ago. The local paper ran some
    > rec from a new casserole cookbook and - Shepard's Pie! I hadn't
    > thought of that in years.
    >
    > Of course, that is about as much as I took from the newspaper
    > recipie. (like I'm going out in the snow to try to find ground
    > lamb). Did have to go get a bag of frozen peas (I think the peas and
    > the mash are what define the dish), but then did some fridge
    > cleaning.



    Yeah, I chopped up some leftover baked ham and chucked it in as well. Was
    going to give it to the pooch (the ham) but thought better of it :-)



    >
    > That said, what is " crumbled garlic sourdough pretzely type things".
    > Sounds interesting.



    Just went to have a look at the packets. I had a couple leftover from a
    'gathering' a little while back, and without really looking at the pack,
    ripped one open and had a taste. They went really well with some
    'sundowners'.

    But the funny thing is........ they're made in the USA!!!

    http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=95

    I just saw "Hanover" and thought some of our German friends had brought
    some 'home' product along!!

    The above pack is almost gone, and I have this one left.......

    http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=26

    "Hot Buffalo Wing"!!

    I'll have to look more closely at what people bring to our gatherings from
    now on :-)

    >
    > And, hey. Don't hate me because I get here through google . I'm sure
    > I could give you plenty of better reasons.



    You *could* mung your 'Gmail' address........ but then, you're going
    through the Google website, aren't you?

    There are plenty of good free newsreaders out there and plenty of free
    newsservers.

    It'll take you about 15mins to get set up and rolling :-)

    Unless of course, you're accessing Google Groups at your local library!!


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    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Snyders of Hanover pretzel pieces... was Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    "..PL.." <PL@b[email protected]> wrote in
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    >
    >
    > Just went to have a look at the packets. I had a couple leftover from a
    > 'gathering' a little while back, and without really looking at the pack,
    > ripped one open and had a taste. They went really well with some
    > 'sundowners'.
    >
    > But the funny thing is........ they're made in the USA!!!
    >
    > http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=95
    >
    > I just saw "Hanover" and thought some of our German friends had brought
    > some 'home' product along!!
    >
    > The above pack is almost gone, and I have this one left.......
    >
    > http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=26
    >
    > "Hot Buffalo Wing"!!
    >




    Went to the shops yesterday, and saw the Snyder products, and bought this
    one...........

    http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=31


    Nice and spicy!!

    They'd go nicely with some cold beer.

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    Virginia Tadrzynski Guest

    Default Re: Snyders of Hanover pretzel pieces... was Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar


    "..PL.." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] 25...
    > "..PL.." <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected] 25:
    >
    >
    >>
    >>
    >> Just went to have a look at the packets. I had a couple leftover from a
    >> 'gathering' a little while back, and without really looking at the pack,
    >> ripped one open and had a taste. They went really well with some
    >> 'sundowners'.
    >>
    >> But the funny thing is........ they're made in the USA!!!
    >>
    >> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=95
    >>
    >> I just saw "Hanover" and thought some of our German friends had brought
    >> some 'home' product along!!
    >>
    >> The above pack is almost gone, and I have this one left.......
    >>
    >> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=26
    >>
    >> "Hot Buffalo Wing"!!
    >>

    >
    >
    >
    > Went to the shops yesterday, and saw the Snyder products, and bought this
    > one...........
    >
    > http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=31
    >
    >
    > Nice and spicy!!
    >
    > They'd go nicely with some cold beer.
    >
    > --
    > Peter Lucas
    > Brisbane
    > Australia
    >
    > Killfile all Google Groups posters.........
    >
    > http://improve-usenet.org/
    >
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    Hanover, PA......little hamlet between York and Gettysburg in the wilds of
    Amish Country.
    -ginny
    (who has friends who live there)



  6. #6
    Janet Wilder Guest

    Default Re: Snyders of Hanover pretzel pieces... was Re: Sheperds Pie fordinner last night 6Mar

    Virginia Tadrzynski wrote:
    > "..PL.." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] 25...
    >> "..PL.." <[email protected]> wrote in
    >> news:[email protected] 25:
    >>
    >>
    >>>
    >>> Just went to have a look at the packets. I had a couple leftover from a
    >>> 'gathering' a little while back, and without really looking at the pack,
    >>> ripped one open and had a taste. They went really well with some
    >>> 'sundowners'.
    >>>
    >>> But the funny thing is........ they're made in the USA!!!
    >>>
    >>> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=95
    >>>
    >>> I just saw "Hanover" and thought some of our German friends had brought
    >>> some 'home' product along!!
    >>>
    >>> The above pack is almost gone, and I have this one left.......
    >>>
    >>> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=26
    >>>
    >>> "Hot Buffalo Wing"!!
    >>>

    >>
    >>
    >> Went to the shops yesterday, and saw the Snyder products, and bought this
    >> one...........
    >>
    >> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=31
    >>
    >>
    >> Nice and spicy!!
    >>
    >> They'd go nicely with some cold beer.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Peter Lucas
    >> Brisbane
    >> Australia
    >>
    >> Killfile all Google Groups posters.........
    >>
    >> http://improve-usenet.org/
    >>
    >> http://improve-usenet.org/filters_bg.html

    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Hanover, PA......little hamlet between York and Gettysburg in the wilds of
    > Amish Country.
    > -ginny
    > (who has friends who live there)
    >
    >


    I did a tour of the factory! It was quite interesting.

    --
    Janet Wilder
    Way-the-heck-south-Texas

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    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Re: Snyders of Hanover pretzel pieces... was Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    "Virginia Tadrzynski" <[email protected]> wrote in news:49b40289$0$21583
    $[email protected]:

    >


    >> Went to the shops yesterday, and saw the Snyder products, and bought

    this
    >> one...........
    >>
    >> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=31
    >>
    >>
    >> Nice and spicy!!
    >>
    >> They'd go nicely with some cold beer.
    >>


    >
    >
    > Hanover, PA......little hamlet between York and Gettysburg in the wilds

    of
    > Amish Country.
    > -ginny
    > (who has friends who live there)
    >



    I'll have to Google Earth it :-)

    But I do know York and Gettysburg from Civil War history classes.





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    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Re: Snyders of Hanover pretzel pieces... was Re: Sheperds Pie for dinner last night 6Mar

    Janet Wilder <[email protected]> wrote in
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    >>> Went to the shops yesterday, and saw the Snyder products, and bought
    >>> this one...........
    >>>
    >>> http://www.snydersofhanover.com/en/p...hp?cat=2&id=31
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Nice and spicy!!
    >>>
    >>> They'd go nicely with some cold beer.


    >>
    >> Hanover, PA......little hamlet between York and Gettysburg in the wilds
    >> of Amish Country.
    >> -ginny
    >> (who has friends who live there)
    >>
    >>

    >
    > I did a tour of the factory! It was quite interesting.
    >



    They seem to be quite popular in this neck of the woods..... the
    supermarket I went into had shelving 4' wide, 5' high .... all stacked up
    with different flavours and sizes. Quite unusual for an o/s brand.



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