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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/07 21:36:57 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen


I voted for Bacon, as the choice looked good to me. I like CFS and Eggs and Link or Patti Sausage for breakfast too.

But Bacon is the Prime Choice. Here is an example of a small side of bacon and a few Link-Sausages with an order of Biscuits and gravy at the Brown Hotel in Louisville taken a few weeks ago. I passed on the eggs that morning....Gotta watch that Cholesterol Count !!



P S I won't touch Pork Roll, just for the nick-name it gained during my service days. I love S-O-S, but can't even think about eating "DONKEY DI*K!"


Please don't tell me you ate all of that. " />
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/07 23:41:30 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

I can't understand what is wrong with so many people here. There is nothing other than corned beef hash. Well, maybe clam hash.

There's a restaurant named Morgan's in Allentown, PA that serves a good crab hash as a breakfast side dish.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/08 01:36:31 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Adjudicator

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Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen


I voted for Bacon, as the choice looked good to me. I like CFS and Eggs and Link or Patti Sausage for breakfast too.

But Bacon is the Prime Choice. Here is an example of a small side of bacon and a few Link-Sausages with an order of Biscuits and gravy at the Brown Hotel in Louisville taken a few weeks ago. I passed on the eggs that morning....Gotta watch that Cholesterol Count !!



P S I won't touch Pork Roll, just for the nick-name it gained during my service days. I love S-O-S, but can't even think about eating "DONKEY DI*K!"


Are Eggs Bad for us again this year
" /> YUM
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/08 01:50:43 (permalink)
Mr. Mayor, That's my kind of "small side of bacon".
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/08 10:36:19 (permalink)
Is that sos or biscuts and sausage gravy? Whichever, it looks like a delicious midmorning snack.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/08 10:53:25 (permalink)
I sincerely hope you don't eat like that very often. A very quick calculation shows 3600 calories, 250 grams of fat, 450mg cholesterol. The sodium is incalculably high. Seriously, there's a difference between eating a nice meal and suicide by food!


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Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen



Here is an example of a small side of bacon and a few Link-Sausages with an order of Biscuits and gravy at the Brown Hotel in Louisville taken a few weeks ago. I passed on the eggs that morning....Gotta watch that Cholesterol Count !!



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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 16:01:23 (permalink)
I wouldn't recognize a calorie or a cholesterol if it bit me in the artery!
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 16:32:38 (permalink)
Painter
You are correct it is sausage gravy with some pretty fair biscuits.

As for the dietary comments...
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 16:48:57 (permalink)
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does goetta taste like scrapple?
Never had scrapple - yet - so I can't tell you....hopefully some more well travelled individuals will respond to this question
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 17:49:13 (permalink)
I 4th the country ham with hot bisquits and runny eggs, well, over easy anyway.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 21:31:35 (permalink)

Watched a Travel channel show the other night that featured "Taylor Ham"--the product was described as "pork roll" but looked to me exactly like Spam. I know I've admitted that I don't know what "pork roll" is, but would someone expand on the subject. Is it processed meat like spam, really salty ham, or it depends on the area????


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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 21:41:33 (permalink)
And what is "sos" I'm serious
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 21:45:09 (permalink)
S (poop) O (n) a Shingle (toast).
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:01:29 (permalink)
I know Frank/Joe Torre, that's the slang but what is it really ?
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:01:56 (permalink)
[url='http://www.lyricsdownload.com/ween-pork-roll-egg-and-cheese-lyrics.html']Pork Roll Egg And Cheese[/url], by Ween. It's the classic NJ sandwich. Pork roll's got a texture like fried bologna, a taste like mild Spam. Taylor Ham is the same thing, made by the Taylor company. Other companies make it, too. It's never eaten cold, like a cold cut, always fried in a pan or grilled.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:04:21 (permalink)
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Originally posted by stevencarry

I know Frank/Joe Torre, that's the slang but what is it really ?

It depends. For civilians it is creamed chipped beef. In the service it is ground beef in a cream sauce served over toast. At least, that's what it was when I was in the service.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:09:16 (permalink)
Michael, that sounds good, were they just sick of it as to why the nickname?
Stouffer's makes a frozen food like that and it's not that bad either.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:09:56 (permalink)
Steve,
SOS is the slang term used in the military to label one of the basic breakfast dishes. "CREAMED CHIPPED BEEF ON TOAST". While the real deal used the dried little pieces of thin sliced (and quite salty) beef, most places today used ground beef (or some other meat ground up) to add to the peppery white gravy. Replace that ground meat with ground Sausage and put it on Biscuits and you have another traditional breakfast menu item.

The 'nickname' has been around for so long, and is used so often as a term of endearment NOT insult, that many places simply label the menu item as S O S rather than write-out the longer description.
Sorry for the duplication of information. Hoffman is talking about food served in the Union Army, I served in the 20th century !!
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/09 22:23:55 (permalink)
This country cookin' sounds good. It's reminds of the old Charlie Daniels tune "The South's Gonna Do It Again"
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/10 00:04:32 (permalink)
I actually like turkey bacon best. Country ham is also good, as is well made maple sausage.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/13 14:47:22 (permalink)
1. Pork Chops
2. Bacon
3. Salt Pork (haven't had this in years)
4. Chicken Fried Steak
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/14 13:56:04 (permalink)
I be the strange one. I won't eat meat at breakfast. Too heavy for me. I usually eat natto w/ a raw egg (do a google for natto and we raisee our oun eggs).
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/14 14:01:09 (permalink)
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Originally posted by stevencarry

Michael, that sounds good, were they just sick of it as to why the nickname?
Stouffer's makes a frozen food like that and it's not that bad either.


I have bought the Stouffer's frozen chipped beef many times and it is great over toast.

I always enhance it by adding more black pepper.

Thanks for reminding me of the product. I have not bought it in several months.

Paul E. Smith
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/14 14:06:06 (permalink)
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Michael, that sounds good, were they just sick of it as to why the nickname?

I don't know when it acquired the SOS name.I'd guess, though, that the reason it did might have had something to do with the way it looks.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/14 14:26:42 (permalink)
When I was in the Air Force, we had it everymorning and a lot for lunch.

I think due to it being available at almost every meal, the terminology SOS came into play.

I sort of enjoyed it. I think I had it about everyday myself. It seems about eveyone I knew had it.

Paul E. Smith
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/14 21:03:11 (permalink)
I remember in the '70's going to a conference and staying at the Brown Hotel. My breakfast looked like that. Those people really knew how to cook. And the signature sandwich was to die for. Thank God for Louisville.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/15 08:06:55 (permalink)
I vote for the fresh sausage from Shuffs Meat market. They have been around since Ive been a kid (that is many moons ago, might I ad).It is the best Im telling you all!
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/15 14:18:20 (permalink)
I had been told that goetta was very similar to scrapple, except made with oatmeal rather than cornmeal. I didn't get a chance to try it until about ten years ago, when I finally saw "eggs with goetta" listed on the chalkboard menu at a small family restaurant in rural Pennsylvania. The goetta slices were crisply browned on the outside, tender on inside, and were accompanied by both honey and syrup. I thought it was delicious.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/15 15:15:20 (permalink)
I did think of something closee to meat I like at breakfast...pork brains mixed w/ scrambled eggs.
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RE: Best breakfast meat 2006/03/15 15:49:30 (permalink)
not much mention of Canadian Bacon
we love up north
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