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Inor is in my kitchen

This is a discussion on Inor is in my kitchen within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy It builds character, doesn't it? Is that what that is? I always just called it pressure in my bowels. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    It builds character, doesn't it?
    Is that what that is? I always just called it pressure in my bowels. Hmmmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BagLady View Post
    My Hubby made French toast, bacon, and homemade biscuits this morning.
    nananananana

    Damn I miss those ranger-ettes.
    Last edited by Old SF Guy; 12-31-2014 at 06:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    Well then, he needs to learn the US Army breakfast staple - SOS. Served each and every morning.
    (Did I just hear OldSFGuy gag & retch?)
    And this is real stick to your ribs good, not the sissy Navy stuff they call "creamed chipped beef." Ain't no sissy stuff in MY Army.

    All you need is ground beef, flour, water, and sliced bread.

    1. Brown a pound or so ground beef. The cheap stuff, not ground chuck or something like that.
    2.DO NOT drain grease - it is an essential part.
    3. Make a roux of white flour and water.
    4. While beef/grease is still hot, whisk in roux until you've got a substance that resembles concrete.
    5. Add water while still stirring until you reach the desired consistancy. Put in a bunch of salt and black pepper.
    6. Toast your bread, pour the beef/gravy mixture over it.
    7. Add hotsauce to taste. Hotsauce is a mess hall staple, mainly used to disguise flavor. I still use hotsauce today on dang near everything I eat.

    And there you have it.
    My Dad did 21 yrs in the Navy,he had at least 20 acronyms for SOS,lol.No,he didn't like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BagLady View Post
    Toffee??!! I want some!! I can just suck on it if it's too hard.
    Shut up OSFG.
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A J View Post
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A J View Post
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

    AJ
    I've met AJ and I concur, he is a nice guy. Do not ban him.

    On a side note: I want all of the mods to take notice that I did not even touch BagLady's open invitation. Just sayin'... :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    Well then, he needs to learn the US Army breakfast staple - SOS. Served each and every morning.
    (Did I just hear OldSFGuy gag & retch?)
    And this is real stick to your ribs good, not the sissy Navy stuff they call "creamed chipped beef." Ain't no sissy stuff in MY Army.

    All you need is ground beef, flour, water, and sliced bread.

    1. Brown a pound or so ground beef. The cheap stuff, not ground chuck or something like that.
    2.DO NOT drain grease - it is an essential part.
    3. Make a roux of white flour and water.
    4. While beef/grease is still hot, whisk in roux until you've got a substance that resembles concrete.
    5. Add water while still stirring until you reach the desired consistancy. Put in a bunch of salt and black pepper.
    6. Toast your bread, pour the beef/gravy mixture over it.
    7. Add hotsauce to taste. Hotsauce is a mess hall staple, mainly used to disguise flavor. I still use hotsauce today on dang near everything I eat.

    And there you have it.
    Hell no I didn't retch..
    Last edited by Old SF Guy; 12-31-2014 at 06:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A J View Post
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

    AJ
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    Last edited by Old SF Guy; 12-31-2014 at 06:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A J View Post
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

    AJ
    I must have missed something.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by A J View Post
    OMG, it is sooo difficult not to take this thread elsewhere with that one!
    I don't want to get banned.

    I really want to put that post as a quote in my signature, but that wouldn't be very nice, and I'm actually a very nice guy.

    AJ
    I can't believe I missed it. Probably a good thing I did...
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