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2011/05/08 23:57:13 (permalink)

corned beef hash

had some his morning at a place called taylors kitchen here...a great big bowl of perfectly cooked corned beef with  tender potatos but they did not grill the whole mixture before serving..it was a big bowl of corned beef and potatos- I like mine crusty from the grill- what do ya'll think?
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 00:08:43 (permalink)
    I think they don't know how to serve corned beef hash.
     
    Next time tell them how you want it.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 00:49:26 (permalink)
    Crispy from the grill with a little bit of onion in it and 2 poached eggs on top.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 05:29:27 (permalink)
    californyguy

    had some his morning at a place called taylors kitchen here...a great big bowl of perfectly cooked corned beef with  tender potatos but they did not grill the whole mixture before serving..it was a big bowl of corned beef and potatos- I like mine crusty from the grill- what do ya'll think?

     
    Without the crusting, hash has no character. Plus, the crusting carmelizes the hash, bringing out some nice sweetness. 
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 07:47:01 (permalink)
    Had a wonderful corned beef hash omelet Saturday morning!  Hash had been grilled on the flat top to give it a nice crust first,  then added to a 3 egg omelet!  served with wonderful home fries and sourdough rye toast.  Great breakfast treat at the Java Jungle restaurant in Dansville, New York!
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 08:14:58 (permalink)
     
     
    Just like in old folks--- without crust there is no character.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 08:18:38 (permalink)
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    californyguy

    had some his morning at a place called taylors kitchen here...a great big bowl of perfectly cooked corned beef with  tender potatos but they did not grill the whole mixture before serving..it was a big bowl of corned beef and potatos- I like mine crusty from the grill- what do ya'll think?


    Without the crusting, hash has no character. Plus, the crusting carmelizes the hash, bringing out some nice sweetness. 

    Without the crust it's dog food.........
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 08:21:25 (permalink)
    Most people, when they wake up, do something useful. How come you're on here?
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 09:12:21 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Most people, when they wake up, do something useful. How come you're on here?

    I'm getting tired of the view from the hill, I thought I would crawl down to your level.....
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 09:30:45 (permalink)
    Ah, examining your inner subterranean self.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 09:39:51 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Ah, examining your inner subterranean self.

    I hope there is Lobster and Clams in the Subterranean, I'm missing Lobster rolls and fried clams. I need to make a trip next year
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 09:55:57 (permalink)
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    Ah, examining your inner subterranean self.

    I hope there is Lobster and Clams in the Subterranean, I'm missing Lobster rolls and fried clams. I need to make a trip next year

    I was planning to go this year. There's still a chance it might happen -- I hope.
     
    Of course you realize this gives Voss another shot at men who are older than he is, and at Connecticut.


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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 10:30:38 (permalink)
    Gotta be crispy, and preferably homemade.
     

     
    Who is this Voss person that you mention?
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 10:34:11 (permalink)
    Nice hash.
     
    Voss? Oh, just someone purporting to be charming.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 10:45:40 (permalink)
    Corned beef has seems to predominate in New England.  It's almost always homemade and on the menu at diners and places that specialize in breakfast.  Elsewhere, not as much.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 10:48:10 (permalink)
    As a native New Englander living in hash-deprived central Ohio I am well aware of the "not so much" part. 
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 11:03:11 (permalink)
    Best homemade Corned beef hash I have had in years was in Jackson Hole, Wy. It was at a Boutique Hotel that included breakfast, named the Rusty Parrot. Nothing like homemade Hash, they also had a Eggs  Benedict served on a croissant, much better than a English muffin....I don't know who came up with the english muffin idea in the first place...pnwc
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 11:16:00 (permalink)
    It was I. It's a long, long story, but the fact is, I was having an English muffin one morning in the Yankee Doodle Coffee Shop in New Haven before school and I thought, "Y'know, if you were to top each half of this thing with Canadian bacon, and then top both slices of the Canadian bacon with poached eggs, that would be great." And then I thought, "Wait just a darned minute. How 'bout napping the whole thbing with a sauce -- maybe Hollandaise. Yeah, that's it." But then I had to head off to Hillhouse for my first class and someone stole my idea, added a slice of black truffle atop the Hollandaise, and that was that.
    post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2011/05/09 11:18:29
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 11:48:04 (permalink)
    the ancient mariner

     

    Just like in old folks--- without crust there is no character.

     

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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 11:52:58 (permalink)
    As done at the Crossroads Diner in Dallas: Home made, crispy, and two medium cooked  poached eggs on top. 
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 12:13:17 (permalink)
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    It was I. It's a long, long story, but the fact is, I was having an English muffin one morning in the Yankee Doodle Coffee Shop in New Haven before school and I thought, "Y'know, if you were to top each half of this thing with Canadian bacon, and then top both slices of the Canadian bacon with poached eggs, that would be great." And then I thought, "Wait just a darned minute. How 'bout napping the whole thbing with a sauce -- maybe Hollandaise. Yeah, that's it." But then I had to head off to Hillhouse for my first class and someone stole my idea, added a slice of black truffle atop the Hollandaise, and that was that.

    About that time, I was tossing the football with an "Old friend John" from Hyannis Port. I yelled at him, and asked if he was a resident, he yelled back, did you say President. I said, yah right, like that would ever happen...............
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 12:18:50 (permalink)
    Wow! You must be a lot older than I would have thought. Perhaps you should change your screen name to the AncientPNWCHEF.
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 13:56:33 (permalink)
    Twinwillow
    As done at the Crossroads Diner in Dallas: Home made, crispy, and two medium cooked  poached eggs on top. 

     
    Like this?
     

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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 14:15:11 (permalink)
    the ancient mariner

     

    Just like in old folks--- without crust there is no character.

     
    I also like this statement!  
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 14:38:39 (permalink)
    I'm feeling better now.
     
    I mean, being old I'm feeling better because I just got my yard mowed with my finally-fixed lawn tractor..
    post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2011/05/09 14:39:57
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 17:30:25 (permalink)
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    had some his morning at a place called taylors kitchen here...a great big bowl of perfectly cooked corned beef with  tender potatos but they did not grill the whole mixture before serving..it was a big bowl of corned beef and potatos- I like mine crusty from the grill- what do ya'll think?


    Without the crusting, hash has no character. Plus, the crusting carmelizes the hash, bringing out some nice sweetness. 

    Without the crust it's dog food.........

    My thoughts exactly!

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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 17:32:26 (permalink)
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    Twinwillow
    As done at the Crossroads Diner in Dallas: Home made, crispy, and two medium cooked  poached eggs on top. 


    Like this?



    WOW, WOW, WOW! I need that!

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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 18:35:08 (permalink)
    Joerogo, that says it all
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/05/09 19:27:40 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    I think they don't know how to serve corned beef hash.

    Next time tell them how you want it.
     

    Good Idea Mr H..it really was outstanding as far as amount of meat -potato mixture except for that all important last step...this place though is kind of foo foo- has a chef instead of a cook- if they balk ,I'll walk...We have another breakfast place in town where the chef refuses to serve ketchup because his dishes `do not need condiments'...I decided his plave does not need me , thoughI have heard there is a brisk biz in black market ketchup packets in the parking lot!   
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    Re:corned beef hash 2011/12/27 18:32:24 (permalink)
    Oh you guys are making me hungry nothing better than corned beef and eggs!
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