If you recall I not only add Worcestershire Sauce, but a pinch of cinnamon. It was what the recipe called for and I liked it.And I remember you do not like cinnamon.
Oh no, I LOVE cinammon. Just not on meat or savoury dishes. I love cinnamon buns, cinnamon in my apple pie, cinnamon in my pumpkin pie. But if it's in a meat dish, I have a tantrum and refuse to eat it.
I forgot to clarify!
You are forgiven, now go and practice from the audio file, ten times!
Fun listening to a Bostonian saying Worcester Sauce.
We love our Shepherd's pie here. We do add onion to the ground beef and garlic. I prefer corn to peas and carrots. We do add cheese but a layer under the potatoes and a sprinkling on the top. I add sour cream and garlic to the potatoes when mashing them.NO Wooster in our Shepherd's pie!(sorry I had to change spelling it was driving me crazy)
"(sorry I had to change spelling it was driving me crazy)"This is the effect I have on people, muhahahahaha.
I knew you would get satisfaction out of it!
If you remember that shepherd is a contraction of sheep herder it gets easier. But at least I know you must be saying it right, ROFL!
Great blog/recipe possibility - and thanks for the audio, too. :) ~ Blessings!
Now I don't do gravy on mine.. it was never part of the way my Grandma made it.. nor did she put corn in it. But she did cover it with thinly sliced onions and potatoes and butter. I'm pretty sure she didn't know what Wooster (tee hee) sauce was.. but it was still yummy.We do a Mexican variation now that the kids love, ground beef, cumin, chili powder, garlic, a jar of salsa, a chopped red onion, a chopped red pepper, some corn... and cover with cooked rice and shredded cheese... NOM NOM!!
I love the Mexican version, oh yes. Gravy makes it easier to serve.
Oh, no, wait. I still use potatoes for the Mexican version. You know my aversion to rice.
But you eat rice in Jambalaya.... don't you? I've never tried it with gravy... but hey... I'll give it a shot.
Jambalaya is fancy rice. It's hard to explain. Plain rice to me tastes vile on its own, and unless you add half the pantry to it, it sucks flavour right out of the things it's with. I can make it taste nice, yes, risotto, pilaf, etc yes, but as a layer? No.