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Category: Leftover Roast Beef

Cottage Pie with Mashed Potato Crust

Cottage Pie with Mashed Potato Crust

Comfort Food that brings back memories of home. When I was growing up, this dish passed for Shepherd’s pie at our house.  It usually involved the leftover Sunday Roast and any mashed potatoes that managed to survive our wonderful Sunday family dinners. But if you…

James Beard’s Roast Beef Hash

James Beard’s Roast Beef Hash

This recipe has been seen by more people than any other single recipe on Chewing The Fat You have just landed on the most popular post ever on Chewing the Fat.  It’s been read 19,245 times and counting. It is so popular in our house,…

Cottage Pie with a hand from Tamasin Day-Lewis in Saveur Magazine

         Growing up in Canada, the Sunday Roast was a tradition in our house.  An enormous piece of beef would appear on the dinner table and our extended family would dig in.  And it was almost always beef because my parents had…

Sheila Lukins’ Roast Beef and Vegetable Hash

Sheila Lukins’ Roast Beef and Vegetable Hash

Today is Chewing the Fat’s 5th Birthday!  Five years ago this very day we published our very first post!  We’ve been hard at it ever since.  Now, 526 posts and over 900,000 (!) page views later, we are celebrating this milestone with a request: Will…

Philly Cheesesteaks all gussied up…another way to use that leftover Roast Beef

Philly Cheesesteaks all gussied up…another way to use that leftover Roast Beef

         From the numbers of people who have clicked on James Beard’s Roast Beef Hash recipe just this week (1703 and counting), my guess is there’s a lot of Prime Rib leftover from our Holiday menus.  That’s the case here and after I’d made the…

Lillian Hellmann’s Empanadas

Lillian posed for Blackgama Mink for which she was roundly criticized.  The late Wendy Wasserstein          Before you think I am fixated on Lillian Hellmann, Playwright, Author and Memoirist, I feel compelled to admit that you may be right.  Lillian Hellmann’s Pot Roast, which I…