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 Post subject: Brisket Shepards Pie
PostPosted: January 14th, 2014, 9:27 am 
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Ladies and Gentlemen on this sunday December 29th a great mountain was tamed. leftover brisket from CHRISTmas was used to make one of the greatest dishes (IMHO) of them all. Here is a link to the recipe. i use the term "recipe" loosely. i never have all the ingredients that they ask for, i just kind of use what i got. i think Stump calls that "Cookin". :D

http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes ... f-pie.html

here are the substitutions that were used
beef - i warmed the chopped brisket, did NOT cook it as described in the recipe
pine nuts - used sunflower or pumpkin seeds cant remember
tomato paste - this i was the most proud of. didn't have any (actually i had three jars once i cleaned out the pantry days later but we digress :lol: :roll: ). i used this tomato basil jelly/jam my wife bought at some craft fair or something
orange - used whatever citrus i had
parmesan - again, whatever was in the fridge


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 Post subject: Re: Brisket Shepards Pie
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That looks absolutely amazing. So what did your tastebuds have to say about the final product? I'm always looking for new ways to use leftover smoked meat. I'm putting this ON THE LIST.

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket Shepards Pie
PostPosted: January 14th, 2014, 1:55 pm 
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Blake wrote:
leftover brisket

:?: :?: I am sorry, please explain this term...

Blake wrote:
Stump calls that "Cookin". :D

True dat!

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket Shepards Pie
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Man that looks even better when I enlarged the photo. Could almost smell it.

Thanks for posting it looks like a great recipe.

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket Shepards Pie
PostPosted: January 14th, 2014, 6:31 pm 
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Sounds & Looks pretty Awesome!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket Shepards Pie
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Good idea. It looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing.

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Great idea thanks for sharing. :D

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I love Shephards Pie. Great idea. Try Cottage Pie next. Same thing with chicken...

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ButlerQ wrote:
I love Shephards Pie. Great idea. Try Cottage Pie next. Same thing with chicken...


the wife really likes ground turkey as the main protein. being leaner you kind of have to take that into account (fat content, etc). the pie is such a versatile and interchangeable dish.

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Bob in Fla wrote:
Blake wrote:
leftover brisket

:?: :?: I am sorry, please explain this term...

I just can't stop laughing at this...

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