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Good evening, friends and family!! while in north dakota, my grandmother treated us to a wonderful dinner called "slushburgers".....while I watched her cook this contraption, I tried to keep track of the ingredients, but my mind just is not as sharp as she used to be!! I am browining the hamburger with the onion and the green pepper right now, but am struggling to remember the rest of the ingredients!! Ketchup?? Mustard??? If any of you out there know what I speak of, please help me out!! The family has been nagging me since we got home for "slushburgers"!!!
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Will anxiously await your replies!! :???: :???: :???:
 

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ummm,like are they sloppy joes??I always add a bit of onion soup mix a little water,onions ,green peppers and eat them on buns???
 

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Mrs.Greg said:
ummm,like are they sloppy joes??I always add a bit of onion soup mix a little water,onions ,green peppers and eat them on buns???

that is EXACTLY what they are and they are so yummy that my family has pretty much sworm off ever eating "manwich" again!! Sheeshhh!! Talk about spoiled!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Real good sloppy joes are real good... Much, much better than manwich.. Of course, I like loose meat sandwiches too but I can't seem to get those to work out as well for me.
 

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IL Rancher said:
Real good sloppy joes are real good... Much, much better than manwich.. Of course, I like loose meat sandwiches too but I can't seem to get those to work out as well for me.
Do the meat in a crock pot,on the longest setting! then just pull it apart with a fork
 

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I use plain barbeque sauce that comes in a bottle at the store...so many flavors so take your pick...brown hamburger, I add onions and green peppers if there aren't any in the bottle of sauce. Manwich is gross.

What's really good is cook a chuck or arm roast till falling apart, pull apart as Mrs. Greg says, mix with your favorite barbeque sauce. I have recipes for homemade sauce but you are a busy lady...

I've always called them barbeque beef sandwiches. I love 'em!

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I did it again, sw was still signed on and I posted under his name. Geezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 

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That's okay, Hanta. SW knows good BBQ sandwiches too!!!

I must tell you about how we got the Clark Fork Cattlewomen club off
and running. We didn't have anything but a will to get going; no money certainly. I had a real good BBQ sauce recipe that I got years ago from Betty Bergner (who was the National President in later years). I made gallons of that BBQ sauce. We all made rolls (the first time they were all sizes). We got a sheep wagon that we called the Chuck Wagon. Set it up downtown and sold BBQ beef sandwiches on a bun for a buck!!!! It went over real well and that became our trademark. We started setting up at the fair, started buying BBQ sauce and buying buns. We got so we would go through more than a beef at the fair. It was a big hit. The gals over there still take the chuckwagon to the fair. They've been doing it for a long time now. Perhaps you have heard of the Clark Fork CattleWomen's Chuckwagon.

Anyway, it has been a very successful club started from a very humble beginning. Those are really good BBQ beef sandwiches too. The sauce we found was so similar to what we made, it wasn't funny. So we never told
what sauce was used.
 

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Hanta Yo said:
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I did it again, sw was still signed on and I posted under his name. Geezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

that's okay, hanta yo!!! I almost replied last night to a post when I realized that cowboyup was still logged on!!! :shock: :shock: :shock:

BTW-----I browned the burger, sauteed the onions and green peppers, added black pepper, celery salt and then ketchup and a dash of mustard and they were pretty darned good-----MUCH better than Manwich!!! However, they were pretty "fall apart" and lacked the consistency of grandma's.....demodriver thought gramma added either tomato soup or tomato sauce for holding power!! Either way, they really hit the spot and the kids all agreed they were a SUCCESS!!! :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:
 

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Here is the best recipe I have ever found. Vera Madler, the ranch cook at Rock Creek Cattle Company in Deer Lodge brought over a big roaster full when we had a tornado in 1981, when we were feeding a lot of men. They have been our favorite ever since:

Chop and fry:
1 onion
1 green pepper
1 c. celery, chopped

Add:
3 T. brown sugar
3 t. Worchestershire sauce
1 T. mustard
1/4 c. catsup
1 can tomato soup
salt
pepper
chili powder (optional)
2 lbs. hamburger, browned.

Mix it all together and let it simmer a bit.

These are the BEST!!!!!
 

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I brown the burger, add onions, peppers, season while browning, add bottle of bbq sauce, (like kraft origianl personally, k_ranch likes the bullseye) then I add some ketchup, little mustard, and some tomato sauce, small can for 2 lbs, seems to stick together pretty good. :wink:

Ranchwife: glad you found a way for it to work for your family, that's all that counts, I can make stuff adults roar over but if my kids won't touch it, it's useless to my family :shock: :lol:

Have a good night :wink:
 

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Faster Horses----I KNEW there was something I was missing....the brown sugar and the tomato soup.....found out from gramma tonight that those were the two "crucial" ingredients I left out!! Made 5# of the stuff...thinking I would have lots and lots of leftovers....well, I have NONE!! Gonna give it a try again, soon...will remember the soup and the sugar this time!!
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ok fh, I tried your recipe, way better than mine and tomato soup is a lot cheaper than bought bbq, and it didn't give k_ranch's tummy a workover like the bbq does. :wink: thanks!

Hanta I was really impressed at sw cooking like that and knowing ingredients and such, then I read the next post lol :lol:
 

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Ranch Mom said:
ok fh, I tried your recipe, way better than mine and tomato soup is a lot cheaper than bought bbq, and it didn't give k_ranch's tummy a workover like the bbq does. :wink: thanks!

Hanta I was really impressed at sw cooking like that and knowing ingredients and such, then I read the next post lol :lol:

I tried it also and never would have guess the tomato soup part but it really did make a difference. And I didn't have time to cook it a couple hours cause hubby was too hungry- just browned it cooked it 10 min and served, the green peppers were still somewhat crunchy.
Thank you one and all.
 

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Ranch Mom said:
me to nr :lol: :lol: not enough time to waste cooking something long time lol

Yup! stir-fry and I get along real great
 

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hey Ranch mom, I can cook like that, only mine is better :wink: I taught her everything she knows about cooking, too bad she still can't teach me how to clean and do dishes after the cookin part is done. That is why the grill and paper plates were invented :!: :!: :!:
 

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I'm glad you all enjoyed it. It certainly has been a long-time favorite
of ours.


And I don't cook it long either. Just enough to heat through works
well. Or, if you are waiting for someone, you can let it simmer longer.

Oh, and I don't put the green pepper in it...
 

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