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No Corned Beef in Thailand so it seems. Not a trace in any Supermarket up and down the land. What has happened. Have they connected it to Mad Cow? Or maybe Chicken Flu?

I bought some today in Big C at Nakhon Sawan and I have also bought it at Lotus Tesco and Villa in BKK. The brand bought was "Hormel" but there is another brand whose name I have forgotten.

It tastes nice with mashed potato and processed peas (I actually like cold processed peas straight from the tin).

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Maybe it's just leftover stock....................Big C in Surin say they can't get it, and the same thing in Friendship Pattaya, Best and Foodland Pattaya. And that is all brands.

Next time you go to Big C tell them that it is available in their stores in Bangkok and Nakhon Sawan and would he please order it, if not you will contact Big C head office in BKK and get them to kick his ass.

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canned corned beef stew beuutiful, dont forget to take it out the can first :o

I wondered why mine was a bit crunchy now and again.

You could always boil and mash some spuds, carrots and cabbage, fry up some onions and a bit of garlic if you like it, then fry it all up with the corned beef and close your eyes to the calories

If you have an old frying pan that the stuf sticks to the bottom of the pan, that is the best part.

:D:D

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I don't think much of corned beef, corned beef hash is delish!

Is corned beef hash just an American thing? :o

Sure is. Never heard of it untill I visited the USA.It is yummy though!

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canned corned beef stew beuutiful, dont forget to take it out the can first :o

I wondered why mine was a bit crunchy now and again.

You could always boil and mash some spuds, carrots and cabbage, fry up some onions and a bit of garlic if you like it, then fry it all up with the corned beef and close your eyes to the calories

If you have an old frying pan that the stuf sticks to the bottom of the pan, that is the best part.

:D:D

That's Bubble and Sqeak.. aka Fry Up ! Usually made from the left over veg from a Sunday Roast, or Xmas dinner of course ! (minus the corned beef) :D

totster :D

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I don't think much of corned beef, corned beef hash is delish!

Is corned beef hash just an American thing? :o

No Corned Beef Hash is English.

Ingrediants: A tin of Tomatoes, tin of Mushrooms, tin of Corned Beef, tin of Baked Beans, onions, cubed Potatoes, salt & pepper, Worcester sauce, Demi-brown sauce mix.

Mix the Demi-brown to make a not too thick sauce. Crush the tomatoes and add(you can use fresh diced tomatoes, but I don't find them as tasty)put in salt and pepper, worcester sauce to taste. add the tin of Corned Beef, cut into small sqares,add the onions( and garlic), add baked beans, mushrooms. Simmer for 20 mins. Do not stir. Add potatoes, cook for further 5 mins. Voila. Corned Beef hash. My customers love it. I did serve it to an American Lady once, and she said " That's not Corned Beef Hash" Obviously different over there. The Northern Germans do their own version as well, called Labskaus.

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Who don't love the stuff

I don't love the stuff! In fact I think it tasted like poo! Still, each to their own!

I'm with you suegha- not high on my list of things to eat either. Corned beef always seemed to resemble and smell like dog food to me. But like you say- to each their own.........

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