Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Make Supper; Stock your Cupboards



Nothing could be easier than creamed chipped beef over biscuits. Or toast. And the best part?



The glass jars that the dried beef comes in are perfect little glasses with charming stars around the rims!


9 comments:

jAne said...

As a child I remember having this for supper, cept it was on toast and 'cept it had a slang name thanks to my military father. ahem.

I loved this dish as a child and I'm sure I'd love it as an adult so why oh why haven't I made it?!

jAne
tickleberry farm

~~Deby said...

sooo cute...we use mason jars for ice tea and such..but these would be great...

Joyce said...

My Mom always used Jelly jars as drinking glasses. We gave them away when we closed her home a few years ago and now we all wished we saved them.
Joyce

Susan said...

I love anything cream on toast, tuna, ham and chipped beef. Yum!
Susan

Mrs.Rabe said...

I like those jars! Cute! We use mason jars for drinks here as they hold up to alot of use and abuse with the kids!

I also like the creamed beef, especially on home fries. Don't eat it often though.

randi said...

I like to use Mason jars for glasses, especially with lemonade in the summer. So cute!

Randi

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Sharon said...

We have this dish once in a while and my mom puts shredded cheddar cheese in the gravy to melt, though we don't do this at our house. I keep the jars too. :)

Karen said...

I haven't had this in years. My mom made it once in a while when I was young but I've never made it for my family. Hmm...

As a result, I don't usually look at the dried beef. What brand do you use?

Tracy said...

Karen,
Armour is the only brand that is carried in our area.