“Kitchen Confidence 101”
By Sandra Reames,
This isn't a cry for help!
All of us know that SOS is an emergency cry for help, especially in the Armed Services.
This is the nick name given by service men in all of the armed forces for what we knew as creamed beef or white gravy and Hamburger.
Actually it is a white sauce or rue made with sweet milk.
Make a paste over heat of butter and flour, cook stirring then add milk and continue to cook until thick, add a cooked meat.
The way my Dad remembered it was made with dried beef, which you can still buy in the grocery. Others told me that their branch of the service made it with cooked hamburger.
Over the years of making it for my self and reunions that I have catered I have used many types of cooked meat. Ham, chicken, hamburger all do well.
When the sauce is thick and the meat is heated threw remove from fire and serve over a biscuit or over a piece of toast.
What does SOS stand for here, you will have to use your imagination.
Thank you Veterans, we could not have the lives that we lead now if it wasn't for you.
Listen to Sandra and Scott MC Caulley on the radio every Tuesday Morning on KRZK FM 106.3 @ 9:06. We hope that you will listen and call in to help others and to share your experiences, good and bad!
Sandra has been a professional cook and caterer for 15 years.
Scott is a radio professional for over 23 years.
Both in the Branson, MO area.
The articles and show are to help you find confidence in the kitchen where you can provided good tasting and "better for you" meals to your family and friends even if you are an accomplished cook or a beginner, we all share those moments when we need help! We both show how we need to laugh at our selves.
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