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  • jumbo7676
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    Leftover Brisket Shepherd's Pie

    Not a surprise, my wife and I couldn't finish that 12 pound brisket I cooked Saturday, even with the help of our one-year-old son. So this Shepherd's Pie is the first use of the leftovers (more to come).

    Started with a layer of brisket, a combo of point and flat, mixed with smoked onions and a little bacon...

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    Added a little homemade beef broth to keep it from drying out, and a touch of homemade bbq sauce...

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    Peas and mashed carrots...

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    Mashed potatoes with garlic, smoked onion, bacon, and cheddar...

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    A little sprinkle of cheese on top...

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    In the oven it went...

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    Sliced and ready to go.

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    The bad news... I haven't actually eaten any yet. It got packed up to bring to work for lunch.
    The good news... Lunch is in about an hour, though I may not wait that long.

    Will report back on the results, but from the few pieces I "tested" from the bottom of the dish and the bits that I "tested" from each layer as I was adding it, it's going to be one awesome lunch.
  • CaptainMike
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    #2
    Nothing wrong with that!!

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    • CandySueQ
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      #3
      Yummy!

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      • Hulagn1971
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        #4
        Looks damn good!

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        • Willy
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          • Apr 2015
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          #5
          The last shepherd's pie I ate (in a restaurant) used sweets taters instead of regular potatoes. It's a good idea and worth a try!

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          • Spinaker
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            #6
            WOW!!! This sounds incredible. Great idea. I need to make this in like February, when I haven't seen the sun in months and the thermometer never rises above zero!

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            • Spinaker
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              I know right. Or a whole pan of Shepards pie! jumbo7676

            • jumbo7676
              jumbo7676 commented
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              Might as well make it a whole bottle of bourbon while we're at it. Spinaker

            • Spinaker
              Spinaker commented
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              hahahahaha, I might burn the whole county down if that were the case. jumbo7676
          • MeatMonster
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            #7
            Mmmmmmmm!

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            • JCBBQ
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              #8
              Heeeellloooo! That looks amazing! Great idea for leftovers. Keep 'em coming.

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                #9
                That looks an sounds incredible!!!!
                Thanks fer th detailed tutorial, this is a must do fer me!!!!

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                • Santamarina
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                  #10
                  Awesome idea. I’ve never had brisket leftovers (even when it’s just my wife and I...a couple friends always sneak over too), but I may plan for some just to try this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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                  • Thunder77
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                    #11
                    Yahooooo! I'm going to try that!

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                    • gcdmd
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                      #12
                      Hooooo-ee! Chank-a-CHANK!
                      Last edited by gcdmd; September 25, 2018, 11:26 AM.

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                      • jumbo7676
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                        #13
                        Leftover meal #2 - not nearly as impressive looking, but still delicious.

                        Bottom bun slathered with a smoked garlic spread. Close to this recipe but cooked at a higher temp and less time to try to roast the garlic and mellow the flavor a bit. Then a thin layer of smoked onions with bacon that were leftover from what went into the shepherd's pie, followed by a healthy portion of thick sliced brisket. Topped off with some of Meathead's Bright, Bold, and Quick Pickled Red Onions.

                        The verdict: One tasty sammich, though not spectacular. If I could do it again (which I can!), I would go heavier on the garlic spread. It came out really delicious but the garlic flavor definitely mellowed while smoking so it could have used more to hold up to the strong beef and pickled onion flavors.



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                        • Troutman
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                          #14
                          I love me some shepherds pie !! One of those all time great comfort foods!!! Nice write up and presentation, I know it was good !!!!

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                            #15
                            Think I just added your shepherds pie to my must do list. Thanks.

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