So much for scheduling a post.... sigh.
It looks pretty good! Good for him for experimenting.
Look out BG....you might be feeding cows and driving trucks next year..while my Little cuz takes over the kitchen!!!!!and cooking, ohh, and cleaning and vacuum.........well, maybe he will just stick to to the once in a while dinner surprise.......see you at Easter
oops..late and a "scotch slip" on your title...sorry BL.
and so FLIPPING THOUGHTFUL!!
Aww that's sweet of him.
Reb - it WAS good! Cuzzie - hehehehe - yeah, I'm pretty sure he'll stick to the occasional surprise dinner!Carla - it was so nice to come home to, especially after a long day in town!Hilary - he has his moments!
Oh, good for him. And it looks like he did a fine job of it.
dfLeah - he did, he did!
Good for the Rancher! Very impressed. :)
I'd say he's a "keeper"!
Looks scrumptious. My compliments to the chef for presentation.
Well, the pastry part looks yummy but what is it he put pastry on top of? Or do I really want to know?
Is that the Rancher's version of shepherd's pie? It would go fast at my house!
Yeah, I was thinking shepherd's pie too. Except I thought you were supposed to put mashed potatoes on top of it.WTG Rancher!
Mmmmm.That's the tastiest looking experiment I've ever seen :)
JavaChick - so was I!! :)Cheryl - yeah, I'll keep him around for awhile yet!!Messymimi - it does look good, doesn't it?POD - Beef casserole. Beef, potatoes, corn, peas, asparagus with gravy.kcinnova - sorta - but with a pastry top.Melissa - that's how I make shepherd's pie, too, but this was similar, except for the pastry.Geo - it was darned good!
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