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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/12 07:27:04 (permalink)
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Originally posted by carlton pierre

I love CBH. Many restaurants in the south have no clue what it is and I have no clue how to make it, so I have relied on the canned if I want some, or travel north or west from here.
Would anyone be willing to share a recipe . . .?

I'm afraid that's a bit like asking if anyone would be willing to share a meatloaf recipe. The basic ingredients are simply enough (chopped corned beef and potatoes) but it's the seemingly infinite number of little variations that make the results interesting to different palates.

Leftover corned beef is great, if you have it, but for home preparation purposes, few people would want to go to the trouble of cooking a corned beef every time they'd like some hash. Canned corned beef can be substituted, of course, but I haven't found that the result is all that superior to a good canned corned beef hash.

Some people like to "improve" the canned stuff with some chopped onion or green pepper (a ittle jalepeno is interesting). Those who prefer a little sweetener mix in some ktchup, while accomplishing the same thing with chopped beets makes it a "red flannel" hash. The addition of other chopped vegetables, like carrots, cabbage or even parsnips would make it a "calico" hash. Except when occasionally using jalepeno, I always add a liberal amount of black pepper; no additional salt is usually needed for recipe using "corned" beef.

Some people add a little oil to a scratch recipe to promote crispiness but the canned stuff already has enough fat in it. I just use a relatively high heat under the skillet, fry until crispy, turn over once and wait 'til it gets crispy again.

Hash seems to go best with poached eggs (although I've enjoyed a has omelet on occasion). I use one of those pans that has a steaming tray with four teflon cups to greatly simplifies things. A crispy hash patty on an english muffin topped with a poached egg and smothered with a little peppery white sauce make for a very hearty poor man's Eggs Benedict.

Also, an internet search using "corned beef hash" will generatge a vast number of hash variations.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/22 00:15:43 (permalink)
The Maine Diner in Wells serves "Irish Benedict: English Muffin topped with Corned Beef Hash, poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce, served with homefries" ... it is very good any time of day.

Also, JKs in Danbury, CT has a tasty version of CBH.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/22 18:17:05 (permalink)
of course nothing is as good as homemade hash weither roast beef, cornedbeef, bbq , turkey or ham but for those lazy times or spur of the moment cravings I always have a couple cans of mary kitchens corned beef and roast beef hash in the pantry, saute some onions and peppers in a noncoated pan, when the oil is popping hot mash the cans contents into a huge cake, cook untill browned then stir and cook untill a second crust forms then fill your plate, accompany with a stack of buttered dark bread (options: melted cheese, poached or scrambled eggs, use your imagination)
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/24 09:39:13 (permalink)
Try this:

Fry some onions in oil til soft.
Add cubes of leftover roast beef or bbq brisket, cook til heated.
Add chopped cooked white potatoes, (can use canned in an emergency).
Add 1-2 cans cream style corn and 1 can regular corn.
Heat til simmering.
Season liberally with black pepper and salt.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/24 09:49:52 (permalink)
My dad was a cornedbeef hash and poached eggs lover. He made his own brand which I indulge in every once-in-awhile.
Be forewarned: this in not gormet cooking. . .
One can of Hormel or similar corned beef.
A couple whole boiled potatos from the night before.

Cut up the potatos real small, mix with the corned beef, heat up in a frying pan.
Slop it onto a plate with very rare poached eggs on top.
That's some good eats. . . maybe someday I'll try it with some real corned beef the morning after New Years or St. Pat's Day. . . with the left over boiled potatos. . . DUH! do you think that's how it got started?!?!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/24 10:38:22 (permalink)
Yesterday I bought a five-pound corned beef brisket (and paid a fortune for it) with the sole aim of having enough left over after a corned beef and cabbage dinner to be able to make hash. Maybe this weekend.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/27 15:58:32 (permalink)
I had breakfast a few months back at a place in VA Beach called Waffles and Such. Pacific and around 30th st. One block from the ocean. They touted their homemmade corned beef hash. My problem was that I've only had canned cbh and I couldn't tell if this was better or worse.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/27 16:29:27 (permalink)
'Delimania'on Henderson Blvd in South Tampa makes their own hash from scratch,using the same corned beef as he uses on his sandwiches,a great treat.....try his blintzes as well
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/02/27 17:05:17 (permalink)
I love CBH!! Funny though..i pretty much just have it when traveling and find it on a menu. Hollandaise is a must in my book, come to think of it i have some frozen in the freezer from Nuekes in WI (specialties are smoked meats and hams) Never made hollandaise at home before..first time for everything
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/01 09:32:17 (permalink)
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Originally posted by rumbelly

Last nights mashed potatoes mixed with fried onions, tinned Hereford corned beef all smushed up and panfried in a non-stick skillet till crispy brown. About 6 slices of buttered toast, H.P sauce and a cold beer. The only other thing you need after this is a nap.


And perhaps an angioplasty!

I haven't had corned beef hash in ages though I do like it a lot - maybe I'll make some right after St. Paddy's Day!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/20 04:27:36 (permalink)
I'll be making some red flannel hash for breakfast this morning at Wild Jane's in Guerneville. In contrast with an earlier post that suggested adding ketchup, the way I have always done Red Flannel Hash is to add shredded beets to the onions, potatoes, peppers, and corned beef. They give it great color and flavor.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/20 19:55:37 (permalink)
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Not quite corned beef, but great roast beef hash can be found at Wollensky's Grill in NYC. Served with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, it's a bit high-brow, but excellent. The meat is the dry-aged cap from the rib steaks and prime rib its next door sister Smith and Wollensky sells...


OMG!! roast beef hash, don't get me wrong, I like corned beef hash but I LOVE ROAST BEEF HASH.

My Grandmother used to make the world's best roast beef hash, my grandfather used to say it was because to put alot of gravy in it before she baked it. The last time she made it was in 1975 or 1976, she passed away in 1977 and had a stroke a couple years before 1977.

Then in 1981 My wife and I was traveling in center of the State(Michigan) and stopped at "The Ember's" in Mount Pleasant Michigan for Sunday Brunch, this is an upscale place. I couldn't believe it, this upscale, lavish, delightful brunch had the best roast beef hashm it was as good as my Grandmother used to make! We live about 4 hours from Mount Pleasant and I have been trying for 24 years to get my wife to take a 4 hour Sunday Morning Road to to Ember's for this great brunch with the BEST Roast Beef Hash I have eaten!

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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/21 18:06:39 (permalink)
After 24 yrs I think I'd just leave her home!!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/21 18:47:34 (permalink)
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After 24 yrs I think I'd just leave her home!!


You are right, think I'll do that after the Easter Holiday!!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/22 14:58:09 (permalink)
Being from south Georgia, the only thing I know about
Corned Beef Hash is I love it. Don't know if I've had
good or bad. It's all been good to me. Is there a good
Corned Beef Hash in the Atlanta area?
Mike
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/03/22 16:31:25 (permalink)
Katz's Deli in Houston, and probably in Austin, too, makes a pretty good fresh corned beef hash.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/07/17 17:57:09 (permalink)
I don't know about anyone else, but ever since I looked at that picture of the hash and eggs at Lisa's in WY (one of the new reviews listed on the RF.com home page today) I can't get it out of my head. That is some fine looking hash!!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2005/08/15 16:33:45 (permalink)
GF had some truly fabulous hash a couple of Sundays ago at Molly's Shebeen on Third Avenue between 22nd and 23rd (NYC). And instead of some wussy Mimosa, you can get a black velvet made with Murphy's Stout. It's brilliant.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/03/16 04:50:46 (permalink)
You gotta try this. This is the famous filipino corned beef recipe. This won't take more than 20 minutes to prepare. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and garlic, and cook until fragrant. Stir in the tomatoes and potatoes, and cook for 7 to 10 minutes until potatoes are softened. Add the corned beef, and flake into pieces. Cook for another 10 minutes, stirring frequently. Season with salt and pepper, or fish sauce and serve. Check out myspace for ingredients list (copy n paste): http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=1033748&blogID=38328771&MyToken=85b9873a-5673-46e1-96eb-ff691b19dfb6
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/16 01:55:12 (permalink)
Re: Michael Stern's reference to Pasqual's in Santa Fe. It's the best restaurant in Santa Fe!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/16 02:48:22 (permalink)
Try Chef's Diner in Downingtown, PA.
Order Chef's hash, which is roast beef.
As a side note for film buffs, the original version of The Blob was filmed there, with Steve Mcqueen, way back in 1958, and the place looks the same.
Worth the pilgramage
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/16 20:31:08 (permalink)
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Originally posted by garryd451

quote:
Originally posted by dreamzpainter

After 24 yrs I think I'd just leave her home!!


You are right, think I'll do that after the Easter Holiday!!


I finally got back to Mount Pleasant on April 2nd and 3rd, We wnet to Sunday Brunch at the Ember's. both the brunch and the Roast Beef Has was as SUPPER as I remembered!

And my Wife said "OMG!!! That was Great, why did we wait so long to come back?"
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/17 12:23:34 (permalink)
At my wife's company's cafeteria the Hispanic workers all refer to corned beef hash as "dog food" (in Spanish).
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/17 12:38:58 (permalink)
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At my wife's company's cafeteria the Hispanic workers all refer to corned beef hash as "dog food" (in Spanish).


My Sister-In-Law is Polish, I have known her 25 years, she has claims ever since I have know her that, she can remember the Polish always called canned corned beef hash dog food
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/17 12:54:27 (permalink)
I went to Coughlin's Place in East Longmeadow, MA this weekend, and they had some nice homemade hash. They also serve canned stuff, so you need to ask for the homemade stuff. Not sure if it is always on menu, or if it is just on special days. It was quite good though!

Coughlin's Place
182 N Main St
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/19 23:09:04 (permalink)
I guess it is what you are raised with, but I still love canned CBH every so often. I saute onions, try to make cakes form the can and add lots of pepper and dry mustard. My dad's favorite dinner is "hash" made from left over beef potroast, with onions, potatoes,and s/p. (He briefly had a restaurant in Sarasota, FL that had a very popular duck hash on the menu, though that didn't interest me at all). Canned roast beef hash was something my hubby's family liked, so we have that sometimes, too. REgarding the CBH eggs benedict( the original-my fave bkfast of all time)--are you all making homeade hollandaise--Wow! Re: Pasqual's in Santa Fe--didn't have CBH there, wish I had, but I loved that place!
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/23 10:50:51 (permalink)
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Hi all, I am new to the forum..and I can't speak for prior posts. But I would like to take this opportunity to open a discussion on my favorite breakfast food. Corned beef hash.
Any good reccomendations for corned beef has locations, recipes?
The best I've ever had was in Amherst, MA where I went to college. It was a small breakfast shop called Annies?....so good!

Quest577 is probably long gone. Does anybody know where this "Annie's" with the great hash is/was ???
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/23 10:58:03 (permalink)
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/23 14:19:51 (permalink)
Ah, leave it to Adjudicator to show us a yummy looking breakfast.. Nice picture.
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RE: Corned beef hash 2006/04/24 14:09:05 (permalink)
OK guys, don't shoot me but..... I had just made a decent finish in the Poker Stars 1 mil guarantee Sunday NL Holdem tourney. It was 9:30 pm and I hadn't had a thing to eat all day except for a big glass of tamato juice. I looked in the pantry for something to eat and there was a can of Hartford House CBH staring me in the face. I opened it up, cracked two eggs and stired it up, and nuked it for 3 min. Hmmm, tasted real good! Maybe cause I was REAL hungry but?
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