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Old 01-12-2007, 08:16 AM   #1
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Wanted some SOS and Homefries

Wanted SOS over home fries last night so I ran over to Publix to get some of the Stouffers frozen. Naturally, they did not have any so I settled for this instead.





Fried up some extra sausage to doctor up the canned stuff.








While it was warming up I made the hash browns





A little onion





Dinner time





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Old 01-12-2007, 08:59 AM   #2
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John, John, John................although that meal looks mighty tasty, [smilie=a_doh.gif] you have created the ultimate sin by using canned gravy!! That's as bad as Woodman using roux out of a jar!
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Old 01-12-2007, 10:21 AM   #3
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I'd eat that. Looks good brother.
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Old 01-12-2007, 10:30 AM   #4
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I agree with Larry.....but in a pinch, the can will do. Doesn't look like the 'shingle' made it on the plate.....
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Old 01-12-2007, 10:47 AM   #5
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Looks good to me
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Old 01-12-2007, 11:03 AM   #6
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John, John, John................although that meal looks mighty tasty, [smilie=a_doh.gif] you have created the ultimate sin by using canned gravy!! That's as bad as Woodman using roux out of a jar!
Almost as bad as those packets But is does look good.
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Old 01-12-2007, 11:06 AM   #7
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Me loves white sausage gravy...need to throw a few sunny side up eggs on top of that !!
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Or some French Toast!
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Old 01-12-2007, 12:24 PM   #9
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Canned gravy.... [smilie=a_doh.gif]

Don't get me wrong... if you said "hey Finney, you want some of this"
I'd be like: "hell yeah"

but canned gravy......
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Yep. knew I would catch crap about the canned gravy. Wife is away for a couple of days and I just do not have the "touch" with gravy. I figured the canned stuff had to be at least as good as mine and a lot easier. Surprise, surprise, with the added sausage and over homefries with onions it was pretty damn good.
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John if I were cooking for just me, I'd do the same thing!! Sorry bout the hard time!!
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John if I were cooking for just me, I'd do the same thing!! Sorry bout the hard time!!
LOL,

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That was not a hard time, I was not pissing & moaning. Sorry if I came across that way.
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Yep. knew I would catch crap about the canned gravy. Wife is away for a couple of days and I just do not have the "touch" with gravy. I figured the canned stuff had to be at least as good as mine and a lot easier. Surprise, surprise, with the added sausage and over homefries with onions it was pretty damn good.
And there you have it
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So, going back to to "the day"..what exactly was sh*t on a shingle ?
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So, going back to to "the day"..what exactly was sh*t on a shingle ?
Chipped beef w/gravy on toast in the Marines. I hear that the less empowered branches of the military used ground beef
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So, going back to to "the day"..what exactly was sh*t on a shingle ?
Chipped beef w/gravy on toast in the Marines. I hear that the less empowered branches of the military used ground beef
Like Dat's said. The sh*t was the chipped beef and gravy and the shingle was the toast. That's what my dad told me (he was a marine)
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thanks..guess Ill go google chipped beef...lol
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thanks..guess Ill go google chipped beef...lol
I get the kind Hormell makes. It comes in a kinda black package in with the packed deli meats (oscar meyer, etc) at the grocery store. Some people use that Carl Buddig sh*t beef, it's not the same.

It's like wafered dried beef. Good stuff, just make your gravy, cut up the beef in squares, throw in gravy and then top on toasted bread, I like to use grands biscuits, MMMMM MMMMM :P
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I saw a lot of recipes for creamed beef when I googled chipped beef..

Chipped Beef

1910 Manual for Army Cooks
Recipe no. 251

Yield: 60 men
Portion: not given

INGREDIENTS WEIGHTS MEASURES
Chipped beef 15 lb ---
Fat, butter preferred
Flour, browned in fat 1 lb
1-1/4 lb ---
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Evaporated milk, 12 oz can
Parsley
Pepper ---
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1/4 oz 2 cans
1 bunch
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Beef stock --- 6 qt

Method:

Melt the fat in the pan, and add the flour; when it has been cooked a few minutes, add the milk, dissolved in the beef stock, or water. Stir the batter in slowly to prevent lumping, and then add the beef. Cook a few minutes, add the parsley, and serve on toast.

Notes:

If the beef is very salty, it should be scalded before cooking.
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