Ta Da! The winner of our
drawing for an autographed
copy of Sally Goldenbaum’s
book is Janel from Michigan.
The happiest day of my year, every year, is when
the temperature outside finally drops below 90.
Yes, I said 90. I live in the Southwest and believe
me when you suffer through stretches of 115 degree
days, 90 is almost chilly. Seriously, I consider 70
cold and pull on my hat and mittens if it drops into
the 60’s. So, last week when it dropped to 88 (brr)
degrees, I fired up my oven to bake one of my favorite
cold weather hot dishes – Shepherd’s Pie!
Easy Shepherd's Pie
(Cottage Pie in the
1 pound lean
Salt and pepper
1 cup frozen
(corn, carrots and peas)
6 medium potatoes,
peeled, boiled, and
Brown ground beef. Drain grease if necessary. Simmer
beef and season with Worcestershire sauce, salt, and
pepper. While simmering add frozen vegetables. When
vegetables are warmed through, pour mixture into a 2 qt
casserole dish. Spread mashed potatoes on top (should be
about an inch thick). Sprinkle with cheddar cheese and
bake at 350° until cheese is browned on top, about 25 to
35 minutes. I like to serve it with homemade biscuits.
SPRINKLE WITH MURDER
aka Lucy Lawrence
STUCK ON MURDER