So my biased decision chose this recipe due to the fact that only 2 people commented and one was anonymous. Since I like to know who people are, I find it more personal that way, I am going with the named comment. That is just the type of person I am. Plus I had about the same amount of pictures for each recipe, which was my original criteria.
We do not have shepherd's pie that often in my family. Hubby doesn't really like it that much, and while I like it, there are so many other foods that I want to try... but occasionally I really crave this for the comfort food that it is. My mom would make this when I was growing up and I loved it, which was odd because I was not a fan of tomatoes, tomato soup, etc. I did eat Ketchup and that is about all! So who knows maybe if you have a child who "hates" tomatoes they will eat this. I am actually over the tomato hating. Oddly enough it came with pregnancy - I craved tomatoes and since then I have been able to eat it. In fact I actually like them. It is a weird switch to go from hating them to liking them, but it's been kind of nice. I actually enjoy eating a lot of foods I have not liked before. Hubby still does not prefer to have tomatoes, but he eats them.
There are many versions of Shepherd's Pie, but this is the one I grew up eating.
Brown 1 lb hamburger in a pan (or use hamburger pre-cooked and frozen). While hamburger is cooking, boil 3 cups potatoes for mashed potatoes (boil for 15-20 minutes or until tender). Add hamburger and 1 - 15oz can green beans into a bundt pan.
Enjoy! (And no this dish is not suppose to look 'pretty'.)