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July 18, 2007



You are lucky to have so much home grown veg, love shepherds pie it is one of my favs unfortunately the boys aren't so keen. I mean they do eat it but they usually moan.


Ooh how spooky, I made Shepherd's pie today too.....I made another quiche as well.Your recipe is different to mine but sounds delicious, I'll try it next time.
Tips for pastry...use half butter/half lard (or white Flora)...handle as little as possible and add just enough water to bind ...and put the pastry in the fridge to chill before rolling out. Persevere you'll find your missing knack!
Lucky you having all those fresh vegetables.


mmmm, fresh veggies! the only thing I got planted this year were peas, but next year I will hopefully be more on top of things :)

don't forget to send me an e-mail with your mailing address!


Is that the Gordon Ramsey recipe? I made that on Sunday instead of a roast. It went down really well and there was enough leftover for dinner the next day.


Hi, I read a comment that you left on brocante home about the magazine subscriptions.

I am in france and I have found that you can get american magazines delivered here, the website is http://subscribe.hearstmags.com/circulation/shared/index.html
I'm not sure if they deliver to the uk but it's worth a look.
I get country living and house beautiful.
Racheal x

jemima bean

Ooh, now that looks yummy!!


I LOVE shepherds pie, and yours is a different way of doing it, I should try that wine in there, HAve a nice time at the seaside x

Lazy Cow

Hi Lazy Lol, just paying you a visit too. How funny we have similar names :-)
I've started making shephard's pie with leftover lamb roast meat (Nigella's recipe from How to eat) and it's divine.
Have a lovely seaside holiday.

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