Comfort Food – Shepard’s Pie

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must be missing Europe already because my first meal I cooked back in the U.S. was Shepard’s Pie.  It’s total comfort food.  It’s warm, soft and cheesy!  This is great for all the rainy London afternoons (so I imagine if I was a London-er).  I was surprised how easy it was to make.

Shepard’s Pie

1 can green beans

1 can condense tomato soup

1 can minestrone soup

4 cups mashed potatoes

1 llb ground meat

2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese

Mix the first three ingredients with cooked ground meat (I used deer meat but anything would work).  Pour this mixture into the pan, top with mashed potatoes, then cheese.  Bake at 350 F for 30 minutes.

What are some of your favorite comfort foods you reach always reach for?

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