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Old 04-20-2013, 11:15 AM   #21
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Chief, that sounds like what I do, well, except for the kidney beans, don't like that kind of beans.
DW doesn't like beans of any kind in her sloppy joe's, so I usually leave them out. I can put them into my recipe though, because she won't eat it. She'll only eat the Campbell's Tomato Soup and ground beef kind.

That's ok though. It leaves more for me.

I'd like to see your recipe, taxy. You always make such good stuff.

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DW doesn't like beans of any kind in her sloppy joe's, so I usually leave them out. I can put them into my recipe though, because she won't eat it. She'll only eat the Campbell's Tomato Soup and ground beef kind.

That's ok though. It leaves more for me.

I'd like to see your recipe, taxy. You always make such good stuff.

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Why thank you Chief.

It's a pretty basic "spaghetti meat sauce". Tomatoes (I use pasata because it comes in glass), tomato paste (I found an organic one that comes in a jar) if it needs to be thicker - not always necessary with pasata, ground beef, browned with onions an garlic and maybe a hot pepper or two. Chopped bell pepper, chopped celery, parsley, oregano, (basil), and if I think of it and have an organic lemon, a slice or three of lemon rind (only the yellow part - I use the potato peeler). There could also be chopped olives in it. I might add some pepper sauce if I didn't add hot peppers or if they were too wimpy. Lots depends on my mood.

I'll have to try adding Worcestershire another time.
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Old 04-20-2013, 12:26 PM   #23
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And... you can always add bacon

Bacon Sloppy Joes
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:06 PM   #24
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Manwich sloppy joe's were pretty much a staple food for us kids when we were little.
Basically it was the only thing Mom would trust us to make on own if she was working late.

My kids refuse to eat that stuff. They prefer mine.

Hamburger - lean
ketchup
dash of mustard
fresh ground pepper
diced sweet onions
diced red & green bell peppers
dash of chili flakes
dark brown sugar or molasses

Cook the hamburger with onions and all the peppers. until fully cooked and tender.
Add the mustard, brown sugar or molasses last. Simmer for a little while on low.

Put on the protective armor and let the kids dig in.
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Old 04-20-2013, 02:36 PM   #26
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You know it. Sloppy kids!
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That's an Italian sausage and pepper hoagie!
agreed. far from a sloppy joe.

sometimes, with the most germaine or empirical things, you just can't screw around too much or it's something else.
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:17 AM   #28
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Do you pick them up and eat them or use a knife and fork?

I'm a coward, I use a knife and fork!
Cheater!

Laughing

If you eat it that way it's just a "Joe"

You only live once. Go for it.

Damn the tomatoes, full speed ahead!

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Old 04-21-2013, 01:42 AM   #29
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That's an Italian sausage and pepper hoagie!
In the link I shared, it also includes ground beef (among other ingredients), & the sausage is broken up while cooking. Your Giuseppes (sp) sound interesting.

I vaguely remember a recipe called Sloppy Josephines made with ground turkey.
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Manwich sloppy joe's were pretty much a staple food for us kids when we were little.
Basically it was the only thing Mom would trust us to make on own if she was working late.

My kids refuse to eat that stuff. They prefer mine.

Hamburger - lean
ketchup
dash of mustard
fresh ground pepper
diced sweet onions
diced red & green bell peppers
dash of chili flakes
dark brown sugar or molasses

Cook the hamburger with onions and all the peppers. until fully cooked and tender.
Add the mustard, brown sugar or molasses last. Simmer for a little while on low.

Put on the protective armor and let the kids dig in.
Like the sound of your recipe Munky
Might change the chili flakes for cayenne though. Just love cayenne pepper in Sloppy Joe's!
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