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"I have not made this recipe. That said, I've got to tell you that I've relied on SOS for many, many years. We all know what "SOS" means when it comes to food, but this is a very adaptable staple that can meet the tastes of many tongues.
Start with your simple basic roux (butter, flour, milk) and then adapt with seasonings and meat. For example:
*Thinly sliced ham and sprinkle in some shredded cheddar
*Left-over roast, some beef stock and serve over potatoes
*Crab meat, lime juice, serve over white beans and/or tortillas
*Left-over spaghetti sauce (if you have any) serve over garlic bread
I could go on and on, but once you've done your roux, only your imagination and ingredients remain.