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savory cobbler

My Beloved asked for a biscuit crusted shepherd's pie after we tried a pot pie from our butcher shop around the corner.  The butcher shop likes to do things in an artisan type fashion and is actually more of a small grocery.  They also serve food but I have to admit that I usually go into it to by meat, milk, and a vegetable I do not have.

I thought about what my Beloved asked for and this is what I came up with.  A savory cobbler.  I used half the recipe for my sourdough biscuits.  I used the meat base of my h pie, but I used a whole container of the Grateful Breads tart cherry mustard in it.  I also used the Salish alder wood smoked salt that Whole Food carries.  Pretty darn tasty.

savory beef cobbler

1/2 recipe sourdough biscuits

meat base from shepherd's pie recipe, you can make the changes I wrote about above if you wish

Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

Make the meat mixture according to the recipe in a shallow oven proof pan.  

Pat out the biscuit dough to to fit the top of the pan.  Cover the meat mixture.  

Place in the oven and bake for 30 minutes or until golden.

Pretty darn tasty!  The only negative about it is that you need to be a bit more careful about reheating or the biscuit will burn.  

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