shit on a shingle

Diane makes Shit on a shingle the Navy way

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The Mighty Ogre

09/08/2016
19:30:22


Holy crap! I haven't heard Shit on a Shingle since...Kitty Hawk...no, maybe boot camp...
I will confess, I never had the balls to try it. Odd, cause I did eat octopus and squid in Japan but, SOS scared me. Hehehe. Enjoying your videos, thank you for sharing!



dagwood

05/07/2016
16:23:52


Thanks for this Diane I almost forgot about this dish. I grew up eating chipped beef on toast and it was a treat. My dad would call it shi$ on a shingle and mom would get mad :) Also we used to make sandwiches with just chipped beef on plain white bread..... really salty lol. Always had a jar of that meat around.



Mack90028

04/11/2016
22:47:36


My God Diane - I could listen to you all day - you're such a great character. Just think - years ago without the internet people would never have experienced your great cooking episodes! Fantastic!

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Donna in Austin

03/30/2016
02:23:34


Yeti tumblers have changed my life. No sweat and drink stays cold, and the ice doesn't melt.



Donna in Austin

03/30/2016
02:12:58


you could type the names of the products your friend sent you into google and it will translate to English for you if you want or you could just wing it



MONK

03/26/2016
10:35:48


We have been eating SOS in the ARMY since George Washington!!!



Thomas

03/26/2016
02:56:04


Please do a recipe video for fried chicken



MacLean

03/24/2016
23:44:11


You just helped me figure out my next shifts breakfast. My best to you Diane and Senior. You guys are the best.



Hosenfeld

03/24/2016
02:26:08


Diane, I must admit, when I first joined just a few short months ago I thought what in the hell is there a cooking channel on here for???? Dont get me wrong, eating is one of my most favorite things to do, but a cooking channel?

Well....I decided to watch a video or two after I burned through quite a bit of other material on the site and I eat the biggest plate of crow you can find. I LOVE these videos! You're an absolute pleasure to listen to as you cook and explain what you're doing and why. What fun. Thanks for making these.

And for the record from an old Army veteran, SOS is a military wide thing. One of those fond and sometimes awful memories of when I was in. Then again, Army spoons arent known for their culinary expertise. Havent had it in years. Might just pop into the kitchen this weekend and scare the shit out of the wife with Saturday morning breakfast! :)

Many thanks.....

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luke

03/22/2016
22:59:34


My Dad's favorite meal.....yours' is a little better Diane. Thanks for sharing.