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Just have to add this recipe given at another thread.

Soften some chopped onion & green pepper in a little hot oil, add sliced hot dogs. Heat thru. Add a dab (1 or 2 tablespoons) ketchup and 2 cans creamed corn. Mix well & heat to bubbling. Pour over boiled potatoes. Easy peasy. Recipe was from hubs Mom that had to feed 7 kids. I'm not so fond of creamed corn (it's ok, but..) and prefer the one in the video but that's personal preference.
 

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Chipped Beef over Toast (SOS)

Also known as s**t on a shingle, this meal is filling and simple. If you don't have dried beef, substitute ground venison, hamburger, or any other available meat.

Ingredients:

2 TBS butter
2 TBS flour
1 ½ cups milk
8 ounces dried meat (typically canned, chipped beef)
6 slices of bread, toasted
Salt and pepper to taste

Melt the butter in a pan over medium heat. Whisk in the flour, creating a roux. Slowly mix in the milk and stir until it boils and gets thick.

Add in the meat and cook until heated.

Place a toast on each plate. Scoop gravy over the top of each.


https://www.survivopedia.com/15-survival-recipes-from-the-great-depression/
If you make enough of the gravy or sh*t to have some leftover, save it. Next day thin it out a bit with a little milk, but not too thin. You don't want it runny like gravy, but not a solid mass either that gravy can become. Aim for somewhere in the middle. Then add some mixed veggies and either potatoes or pasta, stir it all together and stick in the oven for a casserole.
 

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One of my girls came up with a nice, simple food storage recipe: pumpkin pancakes!

It's just pancake mix, canned pumpkin pie filling and water. We didn't measure anything, just added what we thought looked like the right amount of pumpkin to give the pancakes a good pumpkin flavor.
 

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One of my girls came up with a nice, simple food storage recipe: pumpkin pancakes!

It's just pancake mix, canned pumpkin pie filling and water. We didn't measure anything, just added what we thought looked like the right amount of pumpkin to give the pancakes a good pumpkin flavor.
Did you add pumpkin pie spice?
 

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Here's a way to use your spam and hotdogs and sausages and bacon! Talk about calories - boy, the amount of fat (which you can adjust to your preference) in this recipe, really jacks it up. Served over rice, with canned pork and beans on the side! It's a well-rounded, very filling meal!

 

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Here's a versatile dish that we can tweak around. It can be re-invented using up stock-pile stuffs.

 

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Another way of cooking rice. High-calories! The ingredients can be changed to your liking.
This can be done stove-top.

 

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@charito,you have come up with some great dishes.

Going to do this one, just need the sausages.

It looks like it is done in a rice cooker, have that covered with an Emeril model cooker.
 

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Here's a way to use your spam and hotdogs and sausages and bacon! Talk about calories - boy, the amount of fat (which you can adjust to your preference) in this recipe, really jacks it up. Served over rice, with canned pork and beans on the side! It's a well-rounded, very filling meal!

That is a tasty looking meal!! I will try that.
Couple of observations about the cook:
1. That is a distinctly non-Southern cook cooking Southern-Fried Cabbage
2. I have never seen anyone do that much cooking with that much jewelry on!
3. I have never heard anyone refer to the peel of an onion as a "shell". I wonder if that is a thing in Brooklyn?
4. She needs to sharpen that knife. Lets put Tourist in touch with her. :vs_laugh:
 

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Here's a way to use your spam and hotdogs and sausages and bacon! Talk about calories - boy, the amount of fat (which you can adjust to your preference) in this recipe, really jacks it up. Served over rice, with canned pork and beans on the side! It's a well-rounded, very filling meal!

It looks great, and the last can of Spam that I bought was cruddy tasting, so the bacon and sausage would help everything. Have they messed around with the ingredients in Spam?
 
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@charito,you have come up with some great dishes.

Going to do this one, just need the sausages.

It looks like it is done in a rice cooker, have that covered with an Emeril model cooker.
Wouldn't that be a great dish to serve to a "colony?"

Those Chinese sausages makes a big difference to the flavor. I like the idea of the eggs too.
 

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I find that green mung beans are quicker to cook (takes only about 15 minutes for me) and doesn't need as much water, and I love eating it over rice (talk about loaded carbs!) It's great with a fried egg on top.

I put the softened mung beans in the blender (or, using a blender stick) to get the skin liquefy.
Some folks like the texture of the skin as it is (as shown in the video), but I l don't - however, the skin is nutritious!
I set the blended mung beans aside and saute my tomatoes/garlic and onions..........and then, add and mix it to the mung beans.

My recipe is loaded with tomatoes (like one whole can), and with lots of garlic. You can cook it with pork or sausage or bacon or spam,
or even add pork rind cracklings to it! Once you get used to it, it can be versatile.

For those not familiar with mung beans:


I suppose we can do the same to lentils.
 

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A question regarding beans -

would it be quicker to cook dried beans that's been smashed to bits. Would it take lesser water?
 

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This recipe below is seriously good!

Haven't tried. Will try on Friday.
 

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That is a tasty looking meal!! I will try that.
Couple of observations about the cook:
1. That is a distinctly non-Southern cook cooking Southern-Fried Cabbage
2. I have never seen anyone do that much cooking with that much jewelry on!
3. I have never heard anyone refer to the peel of an onion as a "shell". I wonder if that is a thing in Brooklyn?
4. She needs to sharpen that knife. Lets put Tourist in touch with her. :vs_laugh:
That looks delicious. Thanks for sharing it!
 

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Here's a versatile dish that we can tweak around. It can be re-invented using up stock-pile stuffs.

Sub in cauliflower or turnips for the potatoes. Omit the carrots. Omit the flour from the custard mix and add an extra egg yolk in its place. Perfect Keto meal.
 
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