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Originally posted by Felix Da Housecat ..between a Cottage Pie and a Shepherds Pie?
Originally posted by Kermit Shepherds Pie used to be mutton, because mutton is much cheaper than lamb, but mutton is hard to get hold of now so lamb is used instead.
Mutton is just old sheep.
Originally posted by BeckyBoo hmmmm well I thought sheperds pie was mince with mashed potato on top and cottage pie was the same but the mince has veggies in with it
well anyways when i make sheperds pie thats what I do.
just at the whole idea of this all.
What does a cottage do? I dunno. [/B]
Originally posted by briggi That makes two of us, I always thought the veggies were the difference between the two...not the types of mince. Shows how much I know
Originally posted by xXxHelzxXx I knew it was the mince that was from a different animal. Not sure what shepards and cottages have to do with it though
Originally posted by Felix Da Housecat Cottage pie could have gay men in it?