Shit on a Shingle. That's what my mom would call her "creamy tuna fish on toast" dish.
Shingle as in roofing shingles.
I think that's what the military called their dried beef gravy on toast. lol
That's correct. :)
Thanks. I remember some family military guys talking about that. lol Actually I like dried beef gravy on baked potatoes. lol
Or on scrambled eggs. :)
Never tried that. Sounds good, though.
It's heart stopping good. Ha!
Oops, better not try that. lol
Bangers and mash from Ireland.
Maybe that's what I thought was Bubble and Squeak...where's Ser or JD when you need them?
I am making that for dinner tomorrow.
There's a bar in Toronto with that name...you'd think it might be a gay bar but it's not....:)
Float, a frothy dessert my Mother always made. Delicious
No, none of that. A lot of eggs, milk and others. I wish I could have gotten the recipe before she passed.
I'll ask one of my older sisters, maybe they have the recipe. It was almost like a vanilla pudding, only very light and fluffy. Very good.
I would like to be able to serve it to my family. In fact we were talking about it last Sunday, when dessert was being passed around.
Bubble and Squeak...from the UK... Mashed potatoes and sausages...
Shepards Pie. Not hilarious funny but still different.
I love hearing northerners try to say "po boy"
Gooseberry pie...my favorite and yes when I was little before I started helping pick them off the bush I thought the came from a goose
Spotted Dick. It's a British pudding.
Comfortable Screw. It's not a food but it might be to some....it's orange juice and Sourthern Comfort.
Poo Poo Platter. A delectable Chinese dish!
I think there's a dessert called Roly-Poly.
Adam and Eve on a raft - wreck 'em.
Bangers and Mash.
How about Irving?
It's better than "shit on a shingle".
Toad In The Hole
An egg fried in a circular hole cut out of the center of a slice of bread
Just another name for the mixture of ground beef, seasoned and cooked tomatoes, and pasta all tossed together in a skillet and served hot. Some people even refer to this as goulash.