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Curried Shepherd’s Pie

This spiced version of the traditional English dish was developed in 1984 by Pierre Franey and Craig Claiborne for an article about budget-friendly meals. Here, the ground beef base is laced with curry powder, cumin and coriander then topped with a pile of fluffy, mashed potatoes dotted with green peas. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

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from My Blueberry Basket

Shepherd's Pie

Shepherd’s Pie, the traditional English comfort food, consisting of beef, gravy, potato mash and cheese. An all-time favorite for everyone.

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from BuzzFeed

23 Classic British Dishes To Keep You Warm Through The Long, Dark Winter

23 Classic British Dishes To Keep You Warm Through The Long, Dark Winter Follow us! - RP by Splashtablet the suction-mount Kitchen Case. Cook this while you watch Netflix! Free Shipping on Come see the reviews!

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Mushy peas are served by English Chippies to accompany fried battered fish and chips. In Ireland mushy peas are often served as a side to roast leg of lamb. Whatever way you choose, they are a delicious, easy-to-make side dish.

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from The Petite Cook

Traditional British Mini Chicken & Mushroom Pie

Celebrate Comfort Food at its very best with traditional British classic Chicken & Mushroom Pies. Mini versions make a fantastic appetizer!

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from BBC Good Food

Bubble & squeak

Bubble & squeak- bbcgoodfood: this is really good. I've made it with plain cabbage and it works well...great use for leftover potatoes and cabbage.

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from HubPages

Traditional English Beef Stew Recipe

Traditional English Beef Stew Recipe Made this tonight. Really good, but add flour to it half way through to thicken up the gravy.

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from Three Kids and Counting the Pennies

Simply The Best Yorkshire Puddings

And yes! This too for dinner tomorrow! He's never had it and with my British blood I have no excuse lol

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from Foodista

Classic English Toad in the Hole Recipe

Toad in the Hole Recipe | a classic English dish of sausages cooked in a fluffy egg batter known across the pond as Yorkshire pudding. This hearty dish is often topped with gravy, served with a grainy mustard, or simply enjoyed unadorned.

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