Upside-Down Tomato-Beef Pie
Adapted from a recipe in the Hunger is the Best Sauce cookbook, published in 1944 by the Service League of St. Luke's Episcopal Church of Sea Cliff, New York, this one dish meal is a clever twist on the Sloppy Joe. The tender biscuit crust is perfect for soaking up the tomato-y beef filling. Plus: Great Comfort Food Recipes
The beef filling can be refrigerated overnight. Bring to room temperature, then reheat in the cast-iron skillet before proceeding.
A juicy, peppery, medium-bodied red from the Côtes-du-Rhône in France has the intensity and fullness to complement the tomato-beef pie's rich, creamy filling.