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    Quote Originally Posted by REECHMAN View Post
    , except it's hard to keep it in patty form.
    I put the can in the frigde the night before. Makes it easier to slice.

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    Luv Corned Beef Hash

    There are only a few places around here that make it fresh/Homemade.
    Along side eggs and Potato pancakes, sour cream and apple sauce.

    I'm not too fond of canned hash (can be too salty) but I WILL try that butter knife trick and the refrigerated patty. It sounds like I can acquire a taste for that kind of food.

    It's funny how left-overs can become such a delicacy.

    I'm also a fan of Smoked Salmon, Squid, Smoke Mackeral,
    Chicken Gizzards with Hearts and gravy on dumlings, smoked Hog Jowls
    and Goat. Brazed Goat! delicious.

    Any crazy food you guys like?
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    Pickled fish, Swedish potato sausage(hard to find), anchovies on my pizza, choriso, sushi with wasabi. Also Lee's Chicken has the best gizards i've ever had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Home&Marine View Post
    Yea, I kinda like the Crap In the Can... Kinda like Biting your Toenails. My Wife will Not Eat Any Canned Meat, period. Most all (canned) Corned Beef comes from Argentina or Brazil. Might be Horse?

    I'll have to try cooking Real Corned Beef on the grill.

    Thanks!



    You put both or one on top when it's in your plate? That's a new one on me but hey, I'll try it.
    We always sprinkled a little vinegar on the cabbage and vegetables and the mustard was for the meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    Recently I have been cooking the canned corned beef hash. But I put an easy twist to it. Once the can is opened I take a butter knife and run it around the inside of the can. The hash will then slide out in one piece. Then I slice the log of hash into four patties. Then I fry these in a cast iron pan with some grease just like a hamburger.

    They form a nice brown crispy crust that tastes great with a couple of eggs-over.
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    Corned beef hash outta the can,,,,,,,,,,,,,my boys called it Alpo, and eggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uniservice View Post
    Corned beef hash outta the can,,,,,,,,,,,,,my boys called it Alpo, and eggs.
    My kids think the same thing. Means that much more for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uniservice View Post
    Corned beef hash outta the can,,,,,,,,,,,,,my boys called it Alpo, and eggs.
    My son and grand son and I went to camp this week end. Also some other snow mobilers dropped by.

    They called them "hash pucks" . I didn't have any leftovers. (never do at camp.)

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    Corned Beef!!! and a Vodka Martini or 2

    Happy St Patties day yawll!!!

    My favorite beef; aside from a good steak!
    I stayed away from corned beef these past few weeks knowing
    my brother was having the family over for corned beef today!

    Corned Beef, Cabbage, Carrots, Horse Radish, Hot Mustard & Potatoes.

    As bad as times are economically it's all worth it today.

    And I'm only Irish once a year!! Go Figure…


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    We did a dish at a restaurant that was so good the staff typically ate most of it. Owner included.

    Day before make your typical corn beef with spice packet. Refrigerate meat. If you cook the liquid down and then cook potatoes you will make great mashed potatoes.

    Slice refrigerated meat and then grill to heat and add char. Top with green sauce.

    Herbs not a good value at grocery store. Sauce is so good it's worth growing them.

    Green Sauce
    2 handfuls parsley
    1 handful mint
    some dill
    tiny bit of tarragon
    small can anchovies
    capers
    olive oil
    black pepper

    rough chop all together

    Grilled corn beef, green sauce, mustard, cabbage and boiled or mashed potatoes.
    Some pickled vegetable if you have them plus red wine or good beer!

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    where do you get the real corned beef? all I found at the grocery store is the cold cut variety, and they sucks.
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    some groceries stores in the meat case have a package that is all ready to go.

    looks like this....

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    Hmm

    Do they have cows in Canada?

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