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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    That's one very good looking pie, Hawk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I just mash potatoes and mix in ground beef. I like that better than the pie crust.
    My mom would make meatloaf with mashed on top. Worked out great, but everyone's Mom's cooking is always the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    My mom would make meatloaf with mashed on top. Worked out great, but everyone's Mom's cooking is always the best.
    Mon vieux Nonc Ree-shard( my old uncle Richard) used to make homemade mashed taters and meatloaf. After the meatloaf was cooked, he transferred it to a cookie sheet where he "iced" the meatloaf on all sides like a cake with the mashed potatoes and returned it to the oven until the potatoes browned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    I just mash potatoes and mix in ground beef. I like that better than the pie crust.
    Shepherd's Pie? That's good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    I was going to make a chicken/veggie pie today, but decided to have leftovers instead. I love meat pies.
    Yesterday , i smoked 16 boneless pork chops to fully cooked. I ate 2 last night.
    I have some white beans and smoked sausage I'm going to warm up later and I'll cube a poke chop or two to bump it up. Lol. And eat a chop or two, also. Then freeze the rest for seasoning beans, cabbage, potato stew, etc.

    Here's a pic of the last chicken pie I made.

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    The missing portion was a Quality Assurance test!
    Hahaha, when I cook I refer to that as bonus bites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    Mon vieux Nonc Ree-shard( my old uncle Richard) used to make homemade mashed taters and meatloaf. After the meatloaf was cooked, he transferred it to a cookie sheet where he "iced" the meatloaf on all sides like a cake with the mashed potatoes and returned it to the oven until the potatoes browned.

    Tonnerre et e'clair! Mai's C'est si bon, ouais!
    Yep. And the mashed soaks up the liquid from the meatloaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    My mom would make meatloaf with mashed on top. Worked out great, but everyone's Mom's cooking is always the best.
    Meatloaf was one of the few things that my mom made well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    Shepherd's Pie? That's good too.
    Yea, I guess shepherds pie is a better description.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    My mom would make meatloaf with mashed on top. Worked out great, but everyone's Mom's cooking is always the best.
    You mention meatloaf, I loved my Mom's until she decided to start experimenting and thought it would be a good idea to put raisins in it, then it was cranberries, I had to shut that down...I said "Mom, I don't like sweet in my meat (loaf)" She laughed, and would make it that way only when I wasn't there for dins

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    My grandmother made a wonderful meatloaf, and she substituted cream of mushroom soup for anything tomato-related. To this day I can't get the correct ratio of ingredients right; I go exactly by her written recipe and my meatloaf always falls immediately apart. I've experimented with putting in more breadcrumbs and less cream of mushroom soup, etc., and I still end up with a pile of ground beef and not a loaf.

    I was in London in the late '80s and couldn't wait to try one of those beef and kidney pies they're always eating in British novels. That's when I discovered why I've never seen kidney for sale in any American grocery store or restaurant I've ever been in - it's just godawful.

    My favorite pie, mince, started out as a meat pie, and I think in some places they put a tiny bit of meat in it still, as a bow to tradition, but these days it's almost always just fruit and spices.
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