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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 22:03

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3 hours ago, puchooay said:

Doesn't really matter how many shepherds there are. Tradition says that shepherds pie is made from lamb.

 

When ever I make such a dish with pork I would call it Pork Cottage Pie. Still not totally accurate, although even if I used beef for a cottage pie I would add pork for fat and tenderness.

 

My original comment was tongue in cheek anyway.

Up2U.

 

"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" 

 

Unfortunately out here in rural Khampaeng Phet I have to travel to KPP city 65 km each way to Makro and the choice there is somewhat limited hence my remark that if you ain't got it, substitute it with what you do have.

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Make your bbq up and use a pot with a lid to create a dutch oven......

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Cornish Pasties?  I always thought "pasties" were something to cover a woman's nipples.  Did the Cornish people discover an edible version?  Sounds delicious.

 

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Was very easy and tasty. Shame I had to use chicken instead of beef.

 

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Yellow chicken curry is a good filling, same as you've got but with 'Prik Geng' paste and coconut milk added. 

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Do you reckon a gaeng kiow waan version would work? I might try a pork and rosemary version next time.

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