Hey all, the hunka-hunka told me I couldn’t talk about corned beef hash without including a recipe. This is going to be a little difficult because he thinks his is best and we all know mine is. So, here are the 2019 hash entries written in our own amazing way.
Lynn: I went first. Greg always says ladies first, but really he wants to steal any of my ideas that appeal to him. This year, I really simplified things. My ingredients included: chopped onion, baked sweet potato, carrots, shredded corned beef and a bit of ketchup. I browned all the veggies and added the beef to warm it. When it looked warm and nummy, I added a little ketchup and water to sauce it up a bit. In another pan, I fried an egg. I wanted the yolk to make everything a little saucier. This only takes about 15 minutes if you are using the previously cooked vegetables. Of course I added S & P, but no other seasonings.
I was disappointed. I have this major confusion when it comes to yams and sweet potatoes. Obviously I like yams not sweet potatoes. I want the bright yellow/orange color and the flavor. Sweet potatoes are bland and boring. I liked the corned beef shredded, but everything else underwhelmed me. All I can say is better luck next year Lynn. And yes, we love pepper. Also, my smidgey bit and your smidgey bit could vary considerably.
Greg: The beautiful and vivacious L and I have been comparing who has the best corned beef hash and really it has not been much of a contest. She is a great cook and I am living proof of that, but when it comes to hash her greatness seems to fade into 2nd place.
and remember: True friendship isn’t about being there when it’s convenient; it’s about being there when it’s not. Big kiss, Lynn