Your corned beef hash is still lousy, despite the "New Recipe!" sunburst on the label. Feh. --I'll give you this: if slightly burned, it is edible. Would not buy again.
(What happened? It used to be second-best, right behind the "Mary Kitchen" brand!)
Thank heavens I had made eggs scrambled with a dab of pesto and tiny bits of ham, too.
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
2 years ago
I'll see your Corned Beef hash, and raise you a Peppered bacon and Colby cheese quiche.
Feeling a bit over the top today.
Yes, you have bested me.
Alas. I gave Armour one more chance and they let me down.
I gave up on Armour hash when I noticed it sloshed when I shook the can.
Well, they've fixed that -- it only sloshes now after you start to heat it up. :( Hmpf.
LIBBY'S TINNED BULLY BEEF FROM ARGENTINA OR BRAZIL (THE KIND THAT OPENS WITH A LEAD KEY ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TIN) WHEN HEATED IN A MESSKIT FRYPAN BOILED DICED POTATO ONION AND GREEN PEPPER MIXED IN MAKES A RATHER DECENT "CORNED BEEF HASH" NOW THE POWDERD EGGS ARE AN AQUIRED TASTE AND MUST BE MIXED WELL BEFORE FRYING UP IN THE BULLY BEEF GREASE AND ADDED TO THE THE BEEF AND VEGS - FOND MEMORIES FROM 1ST CLASS SCOUT COOKERY
CAN ALSO PROVIDE RECIPES FOR "SPAM" AKA LUNCHEON MEAT IF YOU INSIST FROM
NOTES FROM MY DESK WORKING TITLE "FOOD AS A WEAPON" IT ALSO IS AN AQUIRED TASTE
I'm relieved to see that my recently purchased case is the Mary Kitchen type.
Don't care for canned hash, the smell and look puts me in mind of dog food.
Now and then I pick up a corned beef (I have one in the crock pot as I type this) and cook it up, then package it in smaller amounts, which I use now and then for hash and sandwiches.
I have been very pleased with the quality of the Aldi corned beef hash. It reminds me of the Dinty Moore I was fond of as a kid. And it's cheap. I still doctor it some. Sure, it's not "Real" CBH, but it's a great filling for an omelette, or even piped into mostaccioli noodles. I'd make a lot more real hash, but we can never keep corned beef around here.
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