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Old 02-09-2008, 02:37 PM   #1
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BBQ'ed Shepards Pie

Okay here's a knockoff experiment of the Shepard's Pie.....

Chopped up boneless Country Style Ribs* with a 50/50 mix of gravy and bbq sauce



Now a little shredded Italian Cheese added



How about some peas and then some mushrooms?




Mashed tater, a sprinkling of the Taco Cheese and some smoked paprika



About an hour and a half at 250, indirect, and we are done



Upside down? Right side up? Who cares, this is a keeper!



The next time I do it (and I will!), it will be a Breakfast Casserole. Left over meats, gravy, bbq sauce, cheese, mushrooms ONLY, more cheese, now some Hash Browns w/about six indents, bacon crumbles. When it's almost done, add an egg to each indent. Finish cooking and add cheese if desired.

* use whatever meats and sauces you want

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Old 02-10-2008, 02:45 AM   #2
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Looks mighty tasty, and love the country style ribs used in it.
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:11 AM   #3
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how did the gravy/bbq sauce work out ?
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how did the gravy/bbq sauce work out ?
It was 'different', but for this dish it was perfect.
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Looks great. 50/50 gravy & BBQ sauce, that's thinking outside of the box.
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I am being told that since it uses beef it is a cottage pie, shepards pie uses lamb. Don't really care myself, but it got me thinking about using lamb and a curry gravy to make something like this...
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I am being told that since it uses beef it is a cottage pie, shepards pie uses lamb. Don't really care myself, but it got me thinking about using lamb and a curry gravy to make something like this...
Some left over Lamb Shank (if there is such a thing ) would work great.
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I smell an experiment coming on, LOL.
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