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fartcatcher

Corned Beef

My sandwich filling of choice for many years. Nice with pickle, brown sauce or tomato, generally to be found in shops and canteens if you couldn't be bothered making your own.

Can't buy them anywhere now. I expect the same applies to Corned Beef hash or fritters, staple of school dinners for years.

Victims of our obsession with healthy eating and a generation of TV chefs trying to get us to eat kalamari, linguine and pureed avocado off oblong plates.

Heading for extinction now I fear, same as spam.
Late Doors

Not so Mr Catcher sir. Hadfields of Lockwood, purveyors of fine foods, exporters to the colonies and by Royal appointment have been supplying Yours truly with at least one per week for the last ten years. Onions and brown sauce, the works if you want. Err, i thought it was healthy *gulps* dont say it aint so
fartcatcher

This is what I get for living near trendy Leamington Spa. Nothing but Sushi bars and Wagamamas round here.

I do remember once buying an absolutely excellent Corned beef hash rissole from a chip shop in Swansea. I think they still like their food uncomplicated round there.
Grind

You can still get corned beef hash here - usually served with breakfast.
Heyho

Grind wrote:
You can still get corned beef hash here - usually served with breakfast.


My mother in law makes a grand corn beef hash. Must use half a dozen tins. In fact Tuesday is the nights we go to her house for tea and it might be on the menu tonight.
Forest

Heyho wrote:
Grind wrote:
You can still get corned beef hash here - usually served with breakfast.


My mother in law makes a grand corn beef hash. Must use half a dozen tins. In fact Tuesday is the nights we go to her house for tea and it might be on the menu tonight.


Pictures and a review of the hash please.
bearing

Forest wrote:
Heyho wrote:
Grind wrote:
You can still get corned beef hash here - usually served with breakfast.


My mother in law makes a grand corn beef hash. Must use half a dozen tins. In fact Tuesday is the nights we go to her house for tea and it might be on the menu tonight.


Pictures and a review of the hash please.


Did it kill him?
Dalek

Corned beef hash (home made, of course) is a tasty meal, especially when served in a large Yorkshire pudding (again, home made).

And cold corned beef with home made chips and a few pickled onions & Branston Pickle!!!

BTW, when I travel in winter, as well as a shovel, I always have a tin of corned beef in the boot of the car, along with a flask of hot water, (and a pot noodle) as essential emergency items just in case. The corned beef gets eaten in early summer anyway.
fartcatcher

Haven't opened a tin of corned beef in a long time. Do they still have those funny key things that don't quite open it all the way round?

You can get a nasty cut if you're not careful.
smiling badger

No tin and shredding your fingers these days if you buy some ready sliced in a handy plastic package!!
Modern wonders!
carp

Corned beef and pickle sandwich is still!one of my favourites. 👍
bearing

carp wrote:
Corned beef and pickle sandwich is still!one of my favourites. 👍


I concur or would if I could still eat it.

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