Do you use canned meat?

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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/10 23:23:00 (permalink)
My mom also would add a little garlic salt and sweet pickle relish to the corned beef and mayo sandwich filling.  
 
To make corned beef hash patties:  Take a can of corned beef, add some chopped round onions, one or two eggs, chopped green onions (optional), a cup of day-old mashed potato (or substitute a few slices of old bread soaked in milk or water).  Mix well and form 3 or 4 inch patties, and fry them with some oil in a good old fashioned cast iron skillet until crisp around the edges.   Serve with ketchup and tabasco.  You must try it! Yum!  I haven't had these in a while.  Starting to crave them.  
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/10 23:41:17 (permalink)
Papajoe8:  I probably buy 2 or 3 brands of Vienna sausage, but mostly Bryan. 
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/10 23:47:35 (permalink)
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Oh Mellow, there is canned corned beef and canned corn. or corned?, beef hash. The Corned beef makes good tacos mixed w/ salsa.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/10 23:50:43 (permalink)
I don't think corn beef hash is worth eating unless made with canned corn beef. The flavor is just not there.
 
Bought my first ever can of vienna sausage today at Walmart. They are just overcooked baby wieners and a package of wieners are a whole lot cheaper.
 
Hard to beat the Spam sandwich, I made for lunch. Sliced & grilled then topped with fried saurkraut, a cheese single and served on fresh white bread with a smear of yellow mustard.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/11 01:15:07 (permalink)
Mellow, my sweety was making those CB tacos many years before Roadfooder became a term. Fried corn tortillas, L&T, and shreaded cheese. Hey, there good! She uses Pace Picante Sauce for tha mix. I add a few nacho sliced pickled jalapenos to mine of coarse.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/14 16:11:35 (permalink)
mbrookes I miss the Penrose sausage. When I contacted Conagra, they told me the best place to find the individual packages is convenience stores. I have found them at one service station near here, but that is really a bummer.

Victoria Packing used to make a decent pickled hot sausage; I don't know if they still do.
 
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/14 20:00:56 (permalink)
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mbrookes I miss the Penrose sausage. When I contacted Conagra, they told me the best place to find the individual packages is convenience stores. I have found them at one service station near here, but that is really a bummer.

Victoria Packing used to make a decent pickled hot sausage; I don't know if they still do.

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No sausages on their web site but some other good looking stuff:
http://www.victoriapacking.com/index2.html
Conagra discontinued the bulk pack Penrose sausages and only goes with Individual packed ones. Another good product killed by the "Corporate Suits"!
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/15 13:08:45 (permalink)
Mellow and Doug, the Prairie Belt sausages are NOT actually viennas. I agree w/ Doug that viennas are, except fpr tha kinda salty juice, not worth eating. But the Prairie Belts are REAL tasty and spicy. Not Hot but highly spiced. If yall can find a can I'm bettin you will love them!
 
Oh, you reminded me Foodb..... Irelands canned BBQ. Loved tha stuff as a kid! Con Agra ( if I remember right? ) bought it and took it off tha market. :~((( I mighta started a thread about it here???
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/15 13:11:46 (permalink)
Oh, Offlady, both things in your post sounds great! I will give them a try. Thanks!!
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 09:45:12 (permalink)
Well, I spotted Prairie Belt Smoked Sausage at Walmart last night.  The ingredient list triggered a wide-eyed double-take, but I finally worked up the nerve to put it in the buggy!  Will report back...
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 11:53:45 (permalink)
Not exactly "canned", but I really enjoy Pickled Pig Hocks in a jar for lunch, along with crackers and cheddar cheese and a glass of tomato juice.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 12:26:33 (permalink)
PapaJoe you do a disservice to Vienna sausage. Salted and peppered, and then dipped in a spicy mustard, you have a delectable repast, especially when eaten with Saltines, while fishing.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 14:49:21 (permalink)
Michael, I hate it when you are always right! But... I did aggravate you enough that you gave us your Vienna recipe... thanks. That does sound great! Right outa tha can is something fit only for 1.5 year old Great Grandzillas! Hey, they gotta start somewhere!
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 14:53:21 (permalink)
Oh, Mellow... eagerly awaiting your review! A good glass, or can, or bottle of...??? will help! And oh, It kinda helps to be REAL hungry also. :~)))
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 15:23:19 (permalink)
PapaJoe, I was talking abour right out of the can. I just salt and pepper 'em in the can and use the lid to hold the mustard for dipping.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/21 15:57:40 (permalink)
Yes, I suspect I'll need a Jack Daniel's chaser for those.  More likely, though, the whiskey may have to go down first.  BAHA!
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 12:14:46 (permalink)
Phish, one thing I have never had are those Hocks. Not a common thing here in Texas. Hey... I'll try anything 11 times. As of now my "don't like" list is empty. That is because the green stuff in a lobster is no longer safe to eat. I was only up to 4 tries for that.
 
Ok Michael... what kinda spicy mustard? Spicy Brown maybe? In the can... just SnP the tops? Oh, and be brave like Mellow and try those BP sausages. But OH... he hasn't tied them yet. Anyway, they need no SnP. I doubt you wold even need mustard for those. But, don't forget the trick. Be REAL hungry!
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 13:06:54 (permalink)
Lately I've been using Grey Poupon Dijon country-style mustard with my Viennies. It drives my fishing partner absolutely nuts.
 
But any brown spicy mustard will do.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 13:18:48 (permalink)
Thanks Michael. I did not know about the Country Style Grey Poupon. I will give it a try when I can get to a big city crocery. They don't sell it in my neighborhood. :~(
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 13:43:13 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman Lately I've been using Grey Poupon Dijon country-style mustard with my Viennies. It drives my fishing partner absolutely nuts.

But any brown spicy mustard will do.

Relatively inexpensive (coarse) alternatives to Grey Poupon: If there is a Trader Joe's near you, their house brand of coarse dijon mustard is the best I've had. Also much less expensive and, in my opinion, better than Grey Popuon "country style" is made by Roland's, although I've stopped buying the Roland's in favor of Trader Joe's. Note that this is for coarse rather than creamy; while there are other excelleng creamy dijon mustards, nothing quite matches the flavor of Grey Poupon.
 
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 14:12:00 (permalink)
I have about 25 different mustards in my refrigerator. Grey Poupon brands are very likely among the least expensive of them.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/22 14:34:10 (permalink)
Have you tried the Wasabi mustards?  Don't know about Vienna Sausages, but it's great on a hamburger.
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Re:Do you use canned meat? 2010/11/27 09:52:55 (permalink)
Well, I opened a can of Prairie Belt Smoked Sausage last night, but, unfortunately, couldn't finish it.  I'm sad to report I found the taste and texture rather unpleasant, but that just demonstrates everyone has their own set of taste buds.  However, I encourage anyone who's curious to give Prairie Belt a shot. 
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