Jenise wrote:Carrie, tonight I'm making Shepherds Pie, and it's your fault. The pix of yours reminded me that I haven't made one in about 5 or 6 years, and tonight's the night. However, since it's all "dinner & a movie night" here at Chez J, and the movie is Les Miz, my pie's going Frenchy with beef, herbs d' Provence, and the mashed potato topping will be topped with white truffle oil.
Carrie L. wrote:How was it?? I think it'd be great with a French spin on it. Did you used hericot vert as the veggie layer?
Also how was the movie? When Len was out of town, I watched the first ten minutes of it and decided it wasn't for me.
Jenise wrote:We didn't eat at home last night, but tonight we're hoping for fresh Dungeness. We put our traps out, but the commercials are all over right now and they can each haul 1000 a day (to our 5 each), so last week we only got two and will be pretty happy if we do that well today. Have to have something standing by just in case we don't!
Tom NJ wrote:Some months ago I'd made an apple pie and had leftover apples, filling, and dough. I cored the leftover apples, stuffed them with leftover filling, and baked them with leftover dough on top. Kinda "Apple Pie Baked Apples". They're cute as individual desserts. I often make them now rather than pie. These were from the other night:
Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Tom NJ wrote:"Apple Pie Baked Apples"
I like that! How long do you bake them?
Tom NJ wrote:BTW, I go into a bit more detail - and give a few more pics - in my blog entry here, if you're interested: http://dangerspouse.diaryland.com/131012_18.html
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