Slumgully anyone?

Rick Castello rick at PUNK.NET
Wed Mar 14 21:28:13 UTC 2007

On Wed, March 14, 2007 9:30 am, sagehen wrote:
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>>From: "Barbara Need"
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>>>>Did anyone here grow up knowing this as slumgully? Where was that?
>>>>Are there any other names for it?
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>  Mixtures of this sort which seeemed to be called "goulash" by most other
> people, when I was a kid, were called "nasty mixture" in our family. I
> don't know where the name came from.   We loved it.  It was probably our
> favorite dinner entree.

     My wife grew up eating a dish like this that her family
     affectionately referred to as "American Chop Suey".


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