Originally Posted by 1BachmanKing9
Looking in the cabinets for food this morning . . .
What the H is corn beefed hash?
I don't need that.
Although I vaguely recall trying corn beef hash, my beautiful Tanya insists that she once made it, and that I didn't care for it..
("All things serve the Beam")
Per Wikipedia: Hash is a dish consisting of meat, potatoes, and spices, that are mashed together into a smooth, creamy consistency, and then cooked either alone or with other ingredients such as onions.
In many locations, hash is served primarily as a breakfast food on restaurant menus and as home cuisine, often served with eggs and toast (or biscuits), and occasionally fried potatoes (hash browns, home fries, etc.). The dish may also use corned beef or roast beef.
Corned beef hash became especially popular in some countries during and after World War II as rationing limited the availability of fresh meat.
I've always liked it, and that's saying from the can.
We always roasted extra meat for our beef au jus sandwiches, but sometimes we had more than a little extra, and so I'd get to make my very tasty and not so wastee, PatTheHat's Perfectly Prime Rib Hash, for the Sunday Breakfast Brunch crowd...we freakin' rocked on the Sabbath!
Used home fry diced potatos from leftover baked that I'd brown on the grill with diced onion and a smart dash of fresh course ground black pepper...when it started to crisp up I'd thrown on a couple nice slices of prime rib and cube chopped it up with my spatula (I had a dandy...loooves me a sweet spatula), then folded it into the taters, shaped it, then squished it for a few seconds or so to set it...served promptly piping hot to a very grateful connoisseur of one of the truly finer hashes in life.
Twere my $9.95 Prime Rib Hash All Day Breakfast Special (three eggs any way, a biscuit w/ sausage gravy, toast or biscuit & a lip smackin' home made fruit butter, grits or hash browns, o.j. or citrus salad, coffee or milk...like I said, all day breakfast), twas a pretty big hit, especially for late 80's money in a wee tiny town's wee tiny country diner on The Mighty BlueGrass side of a lonely Ohio river bridge.
Huh, ya know, it just might seem I know my way around some serious hash..hmmm, gotta wonder how that happened?
I think little Cindy Lu Who was the dearest character in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"
Corn fairs' well with butter . . .
not the I can't believe it's not kind but the you wont remember it's name kind.
The grinch is one of my favorite movies of all time
This is all I have to say...grrrr!