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    I used to call this Mashed Potato Casserole growing up, but ever since I started making it for my husband and others they all seem to recognize it as a version of Shepherd's Pie. Now that I've tried my hand at Shepherd's Pie, I can see the resemblance! So I've renamed this "Poor Man's Shepherd's Pie", as I think it's much simpler, much cheaper, and much easier to make than most Shepherd's Pie recipes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #492536

    So my husband insisted that I learn to make Mexican Charro Beans, and after oh so many failed attempts we've finally settled on a recipe that we are happy with! I usually serve these with any Mexican styled meals that I make, including "Englert Tacos", or alongside scrambled eggs at breakfast. You could add fresh peppers to make them spicier, but we usually add pickled jalapenos or hot sauce individually since one of the kids is not a fan of spicy! Note: I freeze my bacon, and use kitchen shears or a sharp knife to cut it when it is still frozen. Cutting frozen bacon into chopped sized pieces is so much easier than using a knife when thawed, and it cooks up beautifully right out of the freezer!

    Recipe #492528


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