Shepherds Pie Jacket Potatoes

Friday, March 15, 2013

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These stuffed potatoes were the subject of one of the very first blog posts I ever wrote more than five years ago.  That was way back when I had no idea what I was doing. (though some may argue that I still don’t).  The formatting of that old post is a mess!  And the photos?  Well…let’s not even go there.   Suffice it to say that I’ve learned a lot since then.  But, the dish itself is a great one, and definitely doesn’t deserve to be hidden in the SGCC Hall of Shame.  In fact, I plucked these babies out of obscurity because they would be a perfect thing to serve on St. Patrick’s Day.  Their official name is Shepherd’s Pie Jacket Potatoes.  And, they’re as Irish as shamrocks!

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