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shepherd's pie in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshepherd's pieˌshepherd’s ˈpie noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa traditional English dish made of small pieces of cooked meat, usually lamb, covered with cooked potato
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shepherd's pieThere's a shepherd's pie in the oven for your lunch.Fred told me you used to have shepherd's pie three or four times a week when you were in music hall.Why is there a piece of rubber in my shepherd's pie?She had a vast helping of shepherd's pie, which she put away quickly and carefully.He did, and took us to a restaurant that served shepherd's pie.She withdrew her glance instantly and contemplated the shepherd's pie which had opportunely arrived at their table.His cohorts fell upon the champagne and what was left of the shepherd's pie.The shepherd's pie was followed by waiters carrying plates of nibbles; nuts, crisps, salted crackers and more champagne.