Georgia Hash??

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njdchef
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2005/11/29 09:18:29 (permalink)

Georgia Hash??

When I was younger, I lived in Mississippi, and we used to have something that I was told called Georgia hash, It was a little greasy and had little bits of meat, It was great with eggs but totally different than the traditional corned beef hash. I know it came in a can because I have had it once or twice when sent to me from my relatives but they are no longer living. Any one have any clue
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    Z66 Butch
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    RE: Georgia Hash?? 2005/11/29 12:22:53 (permalink)
    I found a couple of receipes online but no one selling it in a can. It looks like it has some onions and green peppers in it, does that ring a bell?

    Butch
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    njdchef
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    RE: Georgia Hash?? 2005/11/29 12:43:58 (permalink)
    Yes it does ring a bell. Thanks Butch
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Georgia Hash?? 2005/11/29 13:31:28 (permalink)
    Here you go:

    http://www.hometownfavorites.com/shop/candy_cat.asp?c=36&p=1&id=1100&newp=
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