Question of the Day, Friday, September 17

Willowy

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Mar 1, 2009
Messages
30,616
Purraise
26,031
Location
South Dakota
Not exactly chipped beef/sos, but my dad won't eat roast beef now because he says it was every 3rd meal when he was in the Navy and he had enough for a lifetime. Mr Picky. . .he used to come home from deployments having lost 20-30 pounds. . .


I once tried to make an instant pot "taco soup" recipe for a potluck, and it ended up tasting like white chicken chili, so that's what I labeled it as, lol. It was really good, I should try to find it again.
 
Last edited:

game misconduct

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
May 1, 2020
Messages
2,377
Purraise
7,527
Location
westcovina california
The version that we got was like a white gravy with chipped- not ground- beef with no vegetables or anything else in it, served over toast. We got that a lot at the end of each quarter, when the food budget was running low and they couldn't afford anything better.
i have tried only the california correctional systems version of it after adding salt and pepper to it i grew to like it better than some of the other stuff they fed us
 

denice

Advisor
Staff Member
Advisor
Joined
Feb 7, 2006
Messages
16,638
Purraise
10,005
Location
Columbus OH
I grew to like it. I don't eat it often. I have also made it with cubed up left over turkey or pot roast.
 

MonaLyssa33

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Mar 10, 2018
Messages
2,304
Purraise
6,519
Location
Minneapolis
I love soup. I have so many favorites. I love chowders more than other types of soup, like corn chowder, clam chowder, etc. I'm not a huge fan of the broth-y soups, but they can be good when you're sick.
 

DownTheLane

TCS Member
Adult Cat
Joined
Feb 13, 2021
Messages
215
Purraise
539
Location
The Netherlands
I'm gonna be that person, but...I don't like soup😬 hot liquids just don't sit well with me, idk why, but my brain just thinks they're supposed to be cold😂
 
Top