chipped beef


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chipped beef

(chĭpt)
n.
Dried beef smoked and sliced very thin.

chipped′ beef′


n.
thin slices or shavings of dried, smoked beef.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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When I first began my Navy career, creamed chipped beef was about as good as it got," said Adm.
Zero temperatures, maybe hot coffee and oatmeal in the morning, K rations for lunch and if you were lucky chipped beef on toast for dinner.
Anyway, the shingle in question was a piece of dried toast, and what sat on it was either crumbled hamburger or chipped beef in a sauce made of milk and basic seasonings.
HOT PECAN DIP 24 ounces cream cheese, softened 1 bunch green onions, chopped 1 large green bell pepper, minced 1/2 cup milk 3 small jars dried chipped beef 2 cups toasted pecans, chopped Soak dried beef in water for about 30 minutes to draw out excess salt.
But I sent her away with a youthful wave of my hand, telling her to mind her own business and bring me the chipped beef.
When unexpected guests drop by my house I don't serve them chipped beef on toast.
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Bob Evans' expanding frozen entree line includes chicken and noodles, chicken pot pie, lasagna with meat sauce, macaroni and cheese, creamed chipped beef, navy bean soup, sausage chili, beef and gravy with noodles and beef pot roast.
If your family enjoys ham casseroles, chipped beef on toast, beans and franks, and other processed meat recipes, consider adding one-half teaspoon of vitamin C crystals per six servings of these dishes.
Vitamin C can be conveniently added to ham casseroles, chipped beef on toast, beans and franks, and any number of processed-meat recipes.