Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Shit on a Shingle OR Chipped Beef OR Doo-Doo River


3.5lb Chuck Cross Rib Roast

1/2 Stick Butter
1/8c Flour
1tbl Old Bay

1c Milk

Bread
Mayo

I unwisely asked the stupid Facebook idiots what I should make next and some dumbass named Bree suggested "shit on a shingle." My initial reaction was "yeah, right" but then I realized I had just about everything on hand to make said recipe. This dish is apparently a US military staple so I dedicate this recipe to every single service man and woman from this fine country and to a lesser extent our loser allies. Seriously though, I give you all a heartfelt thank you. You are braver than I.

Sear the steak over high heat until intensely browned on both sides. It will still be raw but don't worry about it. Remove from the pan, let cool, and slice as thinly as possible. Lower the heat significantly, toss in the butter, and deglaze. Once the butter is completely melted, dump in the flour and Old Bay. Stir all that shit around for a minute or two and then add the sliced beef. Cook until thickened. Slather both sides of the bread slices with mayo. Pan fry until browned.

Place the browned mayo bread down and top with the beef and sauce. Now it's time to kill some brown people in the name of freedom. Eat it.

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow. It actually looks like actual shit. Good job.

Anonymous said...

The only thing filthier than that is your mouth.

Looks absolutely disgusting, nice work.

Cooking Asshole said...

Thank you anonymous pussy!

Anonymous said...

You're welcome.

PS: Love your blog.

Jessica said...

Oh God. This shit is served constantly by my husband's grandmother in PA. Fucking gross.

Next, you should take on Scrapple.

HuntStuffs said...

This looks like shit.

Amy Smith said...

I'm in Afghanistan at the moment...I wish they would serve shit like this here. This is on my list of things to fuck up when I get home in a few months.

John said...

Are you just supposed to drink the milk? I need more than a cup? I bet you toss it in with all the other crap (flour, Old Bay, etc.).

I love this blog, but maybe it's time to lay off the Old Bay (heresy, I know)?

David said...

Don't drink the milk...it's spoiled!

Cooking Asshole said...

Whoops. That should read "add the sliced beef and milk." good catch. I'll edit it when I get to a computer.

Tender Branson said...

The bread looks delicious. The rest, not so much.

Ian said...

I totally attempted this. Only I used a buffalo steak because I don't those assholes getting any ideas... we almost wiped 'em out once, lets make sure they know we still can if we feel like it.

FoodTherapy4Me said...

OMG I have to share this one with my girl friends! We were poking fun at one of the gals for Shit on a Shingle just this weekend haha!!!

Anonymous said...

There's been no new recipe posted up for over a week. Less jerking off and more posting of recipes please!

Cooking Asshole said...

Dance, monkey, dance!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, let's go with your lame Memorial Day related posting already. I actually checked this dumb blog just to see where the hell you were at.

Anonymous said...

This isn't SOS by any stretch of the imagination save for the fact that it actually looks like shit.

Cooking Asshole said...

So what the fuck is it, Mr. SuperGenius?

SFC. Schuster, Retired said...

Well Folks, I've spent a lot of year in the service of this great country and no this isn't S.O.S. that was served to us in the mess halls...sorry ! The recipe calls for ground beef, there wasn't any butter and there was never ever any mayo on any toast either contrary to popular beliefs the U.S. Military does serve pretty darn good food and its also healthy to boot blessed by folks that specialize in Dietary Nutrition. If you'll search around on the web you can find the real deal recipe for S.O.S. and believe me its good on toast fast easy and with a little bit of imagination you can even serve it for dinner over mashed potatoes along with some other veggies. Eat up ! And to all of my Brothers and Sister still serving keep the faith and your doing a just and noble cause, for those who have never served I suggest walk a mile in a Serviceman's shoe then you'll know the burden and sacrifice of our U.S. Military daily round the world.

Steve B. said...

It's actually great! My dad, Korean-era Air Force vet, had it a lot, my Grandmother made it all the time, with ground beef (never had it with "chipped" either), and I loved it, a little pepper, quick and easy, and that's what you need when you're hunkered down in the middle of nowhere. I actually used to make it when I had to mess cook when I was in the Navy during 'Nam.
And in this economy... I'll be eating it for breakfast a lot!

It popped back in my mind while watching "Windtalkers".

Like the Sargent First Class said... and my Grandmother, ground beef.
Thanks for your service Sarge.

Anonymous said...

Cooking Asshole, would you give be a BJ?

Anonymous said...

All you have to do is heat up some of this: http://bringittomeusa.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/8/1/8104.jpg

and then put it on some toast.

You made that way too complicated.

Also, wtf is Old Bay?

Brian of Nazareth said...

Old Bay is a product that used to be made by the Baltimore Spice Company before McCormick took it over. It's a dry spice mix used as a seafood seasoning and contains mustard, paprika, celery seed, bay leaf, black and red pepper, cinnamon, cloves, allspice, nutmeg, cardamom, and ginger. If you've ever lived in Maryland (like where I grew up) you'd see that most blue crabs are cooked with this mixture. Also, traditionally there should be plenty of the spice on hand when the crabs are served. Unfortunately, given the scarcity and prohibitive expense of blue crabs today, it's been decades since I've eaten them. :-(

Oh, one other thing... I remember one time when I was a teenager my dog got some serious diarrhea. It looked exactly like that mess in the picture. I had the immense displeasure of having to clean about 20 loads of it off my bedroom carpet. I lost track of how many times I puked while doing so. Thanks for sparking that motherfucking unpleasant memory.

Bon appeshit...

Anonymous said...

The ghetto s.o.s 2 table spoons of butter 2 table spoons of flour mix flour with butter add 1 1/2 of milk stir till thick serve on toast xD dumb fuck

Anonymous said...

Forgot a 70 ¢ packet of budding beef

Anonymous said...

I'll need a roll of toilet paper after eating that shit. thanks. :)

Staci BeLieu said...

Yup. Growing up my dad made it with buddig beef.

Anonymous said...

Poor Mans SOS is 1 can tuna fish, 1 can cream chicken or mushroom soup mixed and heated and served over hot toast and we prefer some chopped peppers and onions throwed on top of that.