Hobo Hash (Oamc)

"This is a quick and easy dish to prepare and is one of the great comfort foods. I've had the recipe so long I don't remember where I got it. I freeze the leftovers one cup at a time in sandwich size zip lock bags and then collect the small bags into a dated and labeled gallon zip lock bag. Thaw, heat, and serve with a garden salad, a baguette, and a nice chianti."
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Ready In:
3hrs 20mins




  • Place the first 6 ingredients in the crock pot, mix well.
  • In a separate bowl mix the remaining ingredients.
  • Pour over the meat mixture, mix well.
  • Cook on high for three hours.

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  1. Have made this three or four times, now. Only reason it doesn't have 5 stars is because DH doesn't love it -- I wait til he's out of town!


I'm a 73 year old male. I live in the desert in Southeast Wasington. Yes, Virginia, Southeast Washington is Desert, Cacti, Sage Brush, Wile E. Coyote, the whole nine yards.The Columbia River flows through the middle of it and is its saving grace. Some of the jobs. I've held are Well Driller, Aircraft Machanic, Handyman, Electrician,Merchant Seaman, And most recently Long haul Driver.My hobbies are cooking, Kite making, and Good movies (plus anything that strikes my fancy) My first cookbook was Fanny Farmer Original Boston Cooking School Cookbook and its still the first of all of my cookbooks that I go to. It has the best Biscuit recipe going and the only change I make to its Cornbread recipe is to add a half teaspoon of Cayenne to bring out the flavor of the cornmeal. I injured my knee and have had the last year off and what I've done is go quietly mad. I'm now semi retired and try to figure out plan 'E'. A, B, C, and D phased out so it's time to move on, where, the hell ever, that is.
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