S***on a shingle during WWII was creamed chipped beef. There was no ground beef in any Island chow hall or fighting base. They obviously used the dried meat sent from the states. It was served altot and received the moniker Sos ’cause it got served often and sometimes had a look of,………well you know.
Most of us use ground beef today. Is todays chipped beef the stuff in a jar? Oh man does Sos taste great when you slice in half a croissant, lightly toast, some scrambled eggs on top and pour some freshly made sos all over! Just one more way to get a frog p…..d off!