Sausage Egg Biscuits

They were tasty with a little seedless blackberry jam for lube to make them go down easy.

Sloppy Joe

The joe was so sloppy I used a slotted spoon to make the sammiches. The remainder in the pot was so soupy that I decided to add a can of chili ready tomato bits and a good sprinkle of chili powder.

It transformed the joe into a credible sauce for making a spaghetti version of chili mac.

Hambeans and Cornbread

These are navy beans, I wondered why they call them that so I went to Wikipedia:

“The name “Navy bean” is an American term coined because the US Navy has served the beans as a staple to its sailors since the mid-1800s.[8]

In Australia, navy bean production began during World War II when it became necessary to find an economical way of supplying a nutritious food to the many troops—especially American troops—based in Queensland. The United States military maintained a large base in Kingaroy and had many bases and camps throughout south-east Queensland. It actively encouraged the widespread planting of the beans.[9] Kingaroy is known as the Baked Bean Capital of Australia.[10] Another popular name for the bean during this time was “the Yankee bean”.[11]

Breakfast for Lunch Tacos

Potato, smoked pork, egg, and cheese on flour tortillas. I had hoped to get more color on the diced potatoes but my timer failed me when I was par-boiling them and they were closer to mashed than hash brown. I thought I had the clock thing on my phone working right but it sure failed me today.