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    4 Reviews |  By Seavamp

    A hearty, filling stew invented by my mother during the "Great Depression" to keep her growing boys happy. She only needed two pork chops to feed six people. Hot biscuits are almost required as the side for this stew. Good anytime of the year, especially when unexpected dinner time guests show up.

    Recipe #163496

    If you like spicy deviled eggs, this is for you. For the macho man and strong woman that knows what the term "Devil" means. Even so--betcha' can't eat just one!

    Recipe #137301

    2 Reviews |  By Seavamp

    Somehow, chipped beef gravy got to be known as S.O.S. in the Navy and to all but us old timers. Well it ain't !! The real thing is made with a base of ground beef and a few other things. After messing up 5,000 lbs of burger and 30 years of searching I found this basic recipe in the May 2005 issue of The American Legion magazine letters section. It's for 15+ people but it freezes quite well for later use. In the Navy, this was a breakfast dish, but I've used it for every meal. Measurements are close enough to be good.

    Recipe #135993


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