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Who was the person to invent sloppy joe?
It is unknown but recipes for the dish date back at least to the 1940s. It dates back to 1935. There is probably no Joe after it is named, but its messy appearance and tendency to drip off plate or roll makes "sloppy" an adequate description, and "Joe" is a name that would suggest, to an American, a person of proletarian character and unassailable genuineness, similar to how having a cup of 'joe' referred to coffee.
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If you make each sandwich with 4 ounces of meat, one sandwich would be a serving size. You should make about 150 sloppy joes, in case some people want seconds. This would …be 37.5 pounds of meat.
It is pulled pork inside of a bun. It has barbeque sauce all over it. It is very sloppy.
Not neat, not tidy. The kid has sloppy writing.
Figure on 8oz. of meat per person, so that would be 25 pounds of meat to serve 50 people. If you wanted to save a little money, you could probably go with 20 pounds of meat, …if you increase the amount of other ingredients (such as onions, peppers, tomatoes, etc.).
It depends on the size of the sandwich and the percentage of fat in the beef you use (if it's a high fat beef when you cook it there is less left). That being said, the 15 oun…ce Manwich can says it serves 7 so you'd need 29 pounds of beef and 29 cans of Manwich. It's easiest to brown that much beef in batches in the oven, btw.
one can of sloppy joe should feed a family of 5 sooo... for seventy you would need about 14 cans but you should also plan for extra and make sure you have lots of bread
Well, you don't need to refrigerate sloppy joe mix unless the can is opened. If opened, it would last for about a week.
1 pound makes about 5 . . . soo 8 pounds i guess?? (1 pund per can i mean)
Answer . One legend suggests that it was named after a Green Bay Packer team member Joe Krzrwinski ... aka "Sloppy", a nickname given to him for his sloppy play on the fiel…d. The first creation was made with ground sausage during the year 1930 in Iowa.
It was invented by a cook in Sioux City, Iowa named Joe, hence the name "Sloppy Joe". He came up with a recipe for a loose meat sandwich which later became the Sloppy Joe.
According to the web site CreativeHomeStyle.com, Sloppy Joes originated in Havana, Cuba in the 1930's. The concept was brought back to the US by a bar and grill owner in… New Jersey around that same periof. The whole story in explained in fascinating detail at: http://www.creativehomestyle.com/article_origin_sloppy_joe.html
The right price for a sloppy joe is $2.50.
A sloppy joe usually has around a quarter pound of beef in it. So 25 pounds of ground beef should work just fine.