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Salisbury Steak

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When I visited my aunt & uncle back in the 1960s they would sometimes serve me Salisbury steak.

 

It was like a somewhat tough hamburger with almost zero fat.

 

It was OK chow.

 

Haven't eaten the stuff since then.

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My dad loved that ****. We used to have it quite a bit. Was made by Oncor and was in the frozen food section, as I remember it. I couldn't stand it but I didn't like too much was I was young.

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Missing out then !:)

 

Last night.

 

 

Baby Calves Liver and Vidalia onions. Mashed potatoes, Green beans. Tons of brown gravy.

 

 

Homemade biscuits with extra Lands of Lakes butter.

 

 

 

 

 

Dennis:)

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Ah yes... the infamous mystery meat. At least that's what we called Salisbury steak back in the 1960s at University of Maryland (College Park) . Chewy, gnarly, and full if gristle and covered with a thick sauce-type gravy so you couldn't see the details.

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Ah yes... the infamous mystery meat. At least that's what we called Salisbury steak back in the 1960s at University of Maryland (College Park) . Chewy, gnarly, and full if gristle and covered with a thick sauce-type gravy so you couldn't see the details.

 

 

Soylent steak?

 

:D.:D.:D

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