I thought this pie was lovely! It is meant to make enough for 8 to 10 people, but in normal greedy style I made it for my husband and I (we ate some over 2 meals as it was lovely cold or hot and froze a bit to use for a quick snack one day).
This is a recipe that my mum gave me and it makes a very comforting meal on a cold day. I am not certain if you can buy Cumberland sausages in other countries (doubtful!) but if not then go for a thick, heavily seasoned / peppery sausage. What I call Butter Beans I think are called White Lima Beans in the US. I think Worcestershire sauce is widely available but if not use a brown spicy sauce. Lastly, I think cider is referred to as "hard cider" in the US so just to clarify it's the version with alcohol for this recipe! I normally serve with baked potatoes.
I got this tasty recipe from the Good Housekeeping magazine. My husband and I love spicy food, so I'm inclined to add more hot sauce than this calls for. I think the bacon fat gives it an added good flavor.
This is a nice little recipe I found in a Mexican magazine. After translating the recipe I added a few additional ingredients on my own. The original recipe called for the mushrooms to be steamed but I think baking works just as well.
This recipe has been passed around between me and my friends for a long time. I don't know who originally came up with it but it is simple to cook and worth the wait. The only problem you may encounter is regulating the temperature on your pit.
This is a really easy peach cobbler dessert my mother used to make for us when we were kids. You may use either fresh peaches or drain the canned ones. Whichever method you choose you will be delighted with the end result.