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Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Sheldon Scott, Dec 25, 2018.
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This girl is so cute. She will try anything. The only thing I ever saw her spit out so far was a ribeye steak from the Dollar Tree store.
I know, she'll eat bugs and worms and no telling what.
I once made this with the dried beef she used, and it was horrible. I was so disappointed.
I like mine with the cheap sliced Buddig beef lunch meat (3/$1) and a basic white sauce.
Great, easy comfort food.
My mother used to make it for my Dad; she used those small jars of the salty dried beef. There is also a frozen "boil in bag" made by Swanson that is actually pretty tasty. Just heat and dump on toast.
Yeh, I've had the Swanson S.O.S. I agree, it's pretty good...and cheap. Throw on a can of corn and you have a great comfort meal.
I was really surprised that the original recipe made from the dried beef didn't taste better than it did. I was even more surprised that it was right there in the grocery store. We never had it in any dish when I was growing up.
I have not attempted to make SOS from the jarred beef in many years, so I don't know if it has changed. Seems like the jarred beef used to be kind of "chipped up" in the jar and not rolled like shown in that video. Anyway, I usually make sausage gravy (basically the same white sauce with crumbled sausage) served on hot biscuits. A nice diet dish.
Once a month we cut services short and have brunch at church. One couple always brings biscuits and sausage gravy.
I find it interesting that the two foods that were created to salvage grease are served together for our culinary pleasure.
I wasn't in the military, which may be why I kind of like it.
Is that still true, or just something they say? I know my father talked about it, but that was WW2 era.
I was never in the military, either.
We made biscuits with gravy and cooked crumbled sausage in gravy- pour over biscuits..Yummy
The first time I had it was in basic training in the service and when you are young and hungry you will eat anything. I got to like it after a while, but have not had it since.
I always liked the chipped beef on toast. We had it in the Air Force whenever we wanted it for breakfast.
Gee, I remember, for part of breakfast in the Navy, being served S.O.S.. It was mighty good!
My first encounter with SOS was early in 1st grade.
Our routine at lunch was to bring the food back from the cafeteria on a tray and eat it in the classroom with the teacher. Lunch was right before recess. Mrs. Ross would not let you go to recess unless you cleaned your plate.
We had SOS that day. I just sat there and stared at it. It looked like someone else had eaten it first. Recess was not worth it. For a long time it was just me and the teacher in the room. She finally blinked.
I'm not a picky eater, and would never dare refuse food that was set before me at home, but then my mother never made SOS.