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I bought two of those large 6 lb. food service cans of CB Hash.
One brand was Vanee and the other was Checkmate by Nestle.


The Vanee was just as good as Armour and I thought better than Mary Kitchen.
The Chefmate was heavy with grease and reminded me of Southgate brand, not bad but not as good as the three I mentioned before this.

Fortunately the grease was at the top of the can and I was able to remove most of it.

I got them because at the time the Webstaurant web site offered me as a newly signed member free shipping and at that time they were on sale.
No way I could afford them other wise.
If I had money burning a hole in my pocket I would have bought a case of each and had enough for long , long time.

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So the big question is why did you buy all that hash?

Anyway, corned beef hash, as made traditionally with diced pertaters is durned righteous grub, especially when formed into patties and fried until crisp on the outside.

Bob, I met a friend at New Louisiana Cafe in St. Paul and he had their horrendously bad corned beef hash. Avoid avoid! It's not even hash. It's just slices of corned beef that are fried. I had their disgusting eggs Benedict. Terrible sauce. Overall bad bad bad. But very popular locally.
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Canned hash can be pretty good, but homemade is where it's at. Nice big chunks of shredded corned beef with fried taters. Damnnn good!

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I'm not sure what corned beef hash is.

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I'm not sure what corned beef hash is.
I have the hash with an omelet at IHOP.
It's good stuff.

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https://www.yummly.com/recipe/Easy-s...-351395?prm-v1

The cans of corned beef hash are available all around here. Some of these recipes use the canned for a quick start.

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I'm not sure what corned beef hash is.
I have the hash with an omelet at IHOP.
It's good stuff.
I know what "hash browns" are.
Are they the same?

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I know what "hash browns" are.
Are they the same?
Dee, as I see it, Corned beef hash is basically corned beef brisket, chopped quite fine and mixed with about quarter inch diced potatoes.. Then usually fried up separately, and served beside eggs & toast.

There are other ways to serve it, but most often it is served that way. Not quite so common is roast beef hash..where roast beef is used.

Although I suppose recipes can vary slightly, any corned beef I have eaten.. are generally very much alike.

Some photos of same... https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...31.iYFCkqmTr2A

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I'm not sure what corned beef hash is.
Sumpin' you fry up and drop a couple of eggs on!

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How do you "corn" the beef?😕

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