They were tasty with a little seedless blackberry jam for lube to make them go down easy.
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.
Ham, egg, cheese, onions, peppers, and blackberry jam. They claim that the bun is sourdough. It may have been delivered in the same truck that sourdough bread once rode in.
These are navy beans, I wondered why they call them that so I went to Wikipedia:
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. Kingaroy is known as the Baked Bean Capital of Australia. Another popular name for the bean during this time was “the Yankee bean”.“
The best part of this meal were the hash browns and the beans, the post title notwithstanding. A little bit of fresh rosemary in the potatoes made them taste good. Mixing them with the gravy in the beans put them over the top.
French toast made from Italian bread for the win!
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.