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Looking For Authentic "SOS" In North Seattle Area


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Looking For Authentic "SOS" In North Seattle Area

WAFlyGirl | Jul 8, 2011 11:30 AM

After searching the board for all of the variations of this venerable military classic,
I came up with nothing.

My boyfriend is relocating from Ft. Bragg and he loves this stuff. Yes, I know that's crazy but what are you going to do?

For those of you who do not know what SOS is, it's chipped beef on toast in a peppery cream gravy.
Yes, I know it sounds horrible and it is to many of us. Trust me, my father loved it as well.

People who have spent a long time in the military sometimes develop an affinity (addiction?) to it and just have to have it from time to time. I'm sure he wouldn't mind driving a bit to find it either.

There have to be places here that serve it regularly given all the military bases around. After an hour of searching, I did find that a few places do it on Memorial Day and Veteran's Day.

Any help is greatly appreciated !

Thank you.

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