Also, according to Wiki:
Sloppy joes are also referred to as:
- Yum Yums in parts of the Midwest USA, particularly in Nebraska
- Wimpies in parts of the Northeast USA, especially Northeastern Pennsylvania
- Slushburgers in parts of the Upper Midwest, particularly in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota
- Barbecues in other areas of the Upper Midwest, and also in some parts of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
- Hot Tamales in parts of northeastern Wisconsin, particularly in the Sheboygan area despite the fact that tamales are a completely different food item.
- Spanish Hamburgers in Kaukauna & parts of Little Chute Wisconsin. Locals refer to the separation of terminology as the “Spanish Hamburger Line”.
- Taverns in parts of northwest Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota.
- Sloppy Janes in parts of central Minnesota.
- Steamers in parts of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.
- Gulash (not to be confused with Goulash) in parts of the Upper Midwest, especially in areas where people of Scandinavian heritage, boasting Viking roots, are prominent.
- Dynamites in northern Rhode Island.
- Manwich in parts of Northern New Jersey, after the popular name brand sauce, as a distinction from the local variant also known as a “sloppy joe.”
- Victory burgers in parts of Canada, including Saskatchewan.
- Juicy Burgers in Eastern Colorado.
- Snot Burgers in Central Colorado.
- “Finger Toes” in Maine.
- “Sloppy Gedz” in the San Francisco Bay Area.
makes eight Vege friendly wimpies
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 1/2 cups boiling water
- 2 1/2 cups tomato sauce
- 1/2 cups salsa, medium heat
- 1 pinch ground pepper
- 1 tablespoon Braggs
- 1 tablespoon brewers yeast
- 2 tablespoon Maple syrup
- 1 1/2 cups dry textured vegetable protein
Add ingredients and simmer together for 20 minutes.