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Bronx Eats: Shepherd's Pie at Sean's Quality Deli, Woodlawn

New York Chris E. Crowley 1 comment

One of the Bronx's northernmost locales, Woodlawn is the only neighborhood in New York that still receives a steady stream of fresh Irish immigrants. There you'll find Sean's Quality deli and this shepherd's pie, perhaps not food to lust over, but undoubtedly a taste of home, wherever you're from. More

Latin American Cuisine: Colombian-style Cottage Pie

Latin Cuisine J. Kenji López-Alt 2 comments

I want to say right off the bat that I had very little to do with this week's recipe other than eating it, loving it, and curating it. It was sitting there, hot on the table after a particularly long day at work. My wife doesn't always cook, but when she does, she does it right. My first thoughts when I saw it were oooh, shepherd's pie. There's not enough shepherd's pie in my life. I was wrong on several counts. First off, it's not shepherd's pie, as there's no sheep in it. Cattleman's pie is perhaps more like it. Secondly—and this only became clear after I started eating—That stuff that looks like potato on top? It ain't potato. More

Vegetarian: Mushroom and Root Vegetable Shepherd's Pie

Lauren Rothman 3 comments

Shepherd's pie is a natural fit for Thanksgiving ingredients like squash and root vegetables. They get roasted to intensify their flavor, combined with mushrooms for some added flavor and heft, stirred into a rich, creamy, comforting sauce, and topped with smooth mashed potatoes, which get brown and crisp when the dish goes back into a hot oven. The end result is decadent enough to satisfy a holiday-sized appetite, and might even turn the heads of a few of your meat-eating friends and relatives. More

Mushroom and Root Vegetable Shepherd's Pie

Serious Eats Lauren Rothman 1 comment

Shepherd's pie is a natural fit for Thanksgiving ingredients like squash and root vegetables. They get roasted to intensify their flavor, combined with mushrooms for some added flavor and heft, stirred into a rich, creamy, comforting sauce, and topped with smooth mashed potatoes, which get brown and crisp when the dish goes back into a hot oven. The end result is decadent enough to satisfy a holiday-sized appetite, and might even turn the heads of a few of your meat-eating friends and relatives. More

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Irish Classics in Sunnyside, Queens

New York Sara Markel-Gonzalez Post a comment

Shepherd's Pie from Bliss Street Station. [Photos: Sara Markel-Gonzalez It's St. Patrick's Day tomorrow! Green beer and corned beef and cabbage are fine options, but if you're in the mood for something a little more authentically Irish, try some... More

Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

This Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie from Lyniece North Talmadge's The Sweet Potato Lover's Cookbook takes the classic mashed potato topping and swaps it out for mashed sweets. The super savory filling is a mix of ground beef or turkey sautéed with tomatoes, thyme, and an umami blast of Worcestershire and shiitake mushrooms, rich and meaty enough to stand up to the sweetness of the sweet potato topping. More

How Do You Build Your Shepherd's Pie?

Serious Heat Andrea Lynn 20 comments

Whether to use up leftovers or as a creation all on its own, shepherd's pie is an ultimate comfort food. But as I began experimenting with various ways to make the dish spicy compared to my tried and true recipe, I realized creativity can be utilized in each layer for a new spin on the classic, like with my Shepherd's Pie with Jalapeno-Pea Purée recipe. More

Shepherd's Pie with Jalapeno-Pea Purée

Serious Eats Andrea Lynn 5 comments

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Cook the Book: Shepherd's Pie

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 4 comments

I work in a restaurant, which means that most nights I'm not home for dinner. My workday starts around 4 p.m. and ends sometime after midnight. This schedule is not ideal for many reasons, but mainly for the fact that... More

Classic Cookbooks: Shepherd's Pie

Serious Eats Robin Bellinger 4 comments

As JerzeeTomato pointed out last week, chicken divan is a great way to use leftovers. Joy of Cooking is chock-full of wonderful ideas about what to do with the remains of last night’s dinner; I just wish that in my... More

Shepherd's Pie, Thanksgiv-ified

Serious Eats Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Although this Brit comfort food is typically made with minced lamb, it's a dish that rolls with the punches. When replaced with ground beef, it's cottage pie. In New Zealand, spuds are the key ingredient so it becomes the potato... More

Haggis Shepherd's Pie

Lia Bulaong 4 comments

Joe McPherson lives in Korea and his blog, ZenKimchi Food Journal is all about collecting "recipes for cooking Korean food in Korea or abroad and recipes for recreating western food with Korean ingredients". I don't know how many Koreans or Westerners would be willing to eat the Haggis Shepherd's Pie he recently managed to cobble together, as it looks about as nasty as the name would suggest—it's the Haggis part of the equation that gives me pause—but I do give him points for being both crazy enough to think it up and intrepid enough to actually execute the idea. (If you've never had haggis but think you might like to, McLean's of Scotland will happily ship you some, ready-to-cook,... More

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