Is it cottage pie, shepherd’s pie or farmer’s pie?

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

4 Responses

  1. Myra de Leon says:

    magsasaka pie…hahahaha… you know what ms. connie your blog isn’t only informative … it also makes my day because sometimes you can be very funny..thanks for making me laugh…more power!!!!

    • tony says:

      yes Myra is right I was about to end browsing over your blog,i happen to read this and i had a very good laugh,too.LOL talaga.i was able to de-stress myself.thanks Connie for the humor

  2. Nanette says:

    Your post certainly makes sense…it’s fun to read the history behind recipes. Now, had I read your post days earlier, I might have titled my latest recipe post, Cottage Fish Pie instead of Shepherd’s Fish Pie. So many that I know here in the U.S. think of a meat and mash potato pie as Shepherd’s Pie. I created mine with scallops & tilapia…how can you go wrong with this topped with creamy mashed potatoes? So this fish pie was born. I think with the more familiar title, it will be easier to find in a search. Thank you for the informative post & lovely photo. N

  3. Connie says:

    Myra, *bow*. You’re very welcome. :D

    Nanette, from what I read, there is a “fish pie” that’s a category all its own! How confusing sometimes, really. But you’re right about using the more familiar name to make it more searchable. SEO generation. :)