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Corned beef savory ( available at any North east sarnie shop ) CB, chopped onion and salad cream ( good squeeze ) then add rabbit food/beetroot/toms etc to your taste

Co-op is pretty good TBH

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On 16/11/2019 at 16:44, Kalahari said:

The beef is good too.

 

David, (again)

Could we persuade the Embassy to import it?

 

I think I may have found an upside to Brexit!
 

Scrummy

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You just want to go to the Botswana Beef Festival  where the portions are measured in in kilograms of beef per serving! Individuals may have more than one portion.

 

David.

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2 hours ago, Kalahari said:

You just want to go to the Botswana Beef Festival  where the portions are measured in in kilograms of beef per serving! Individuals may have more than one portion.

 

David.

Yeah... And...?

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I know having a "food intolerance" is a bit fashionable now days but I genuinely am intolerant to corned beef, it's grossly unfair because I love it, if I was intolerant to cauliflower I wouldn't mind.

Every now and then when I know nobody is around I succumb, I'm fine for half an hour then feel a bit fluey then get the most noxious, sulpherous wind imaginable. Even the dog leaves the room, presumably to prevent permanent damage to his sense of smell.

After a few hours I'm fine.

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22 hours ago, Scrumbag said:

Could we persuade the Embassy to import it?

 

I think I may have found an upside to Brexit!
 

Scrummy

Actually a lot of the beef sold in restaurants in Switzerland is Botswana.

David.

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I love the stuff, sharp cheddar and chunky Branston on uncut bread, as for brand whatever happens to be in the cupboard 😂

I had heard stories of the machines being switched off at the end off the day, with beef still in, the fired up next morning, with added protein in, namely the rats that had been feeding over night..... 

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On 08/11/2019 at 00:14, Stonepark said:

Red Flannel Hash, staple in our house for comfort food.

 

 

 

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That sounds good and I think a couple of crispy fried eggs on top would work well with it. (With a soft yolk of course)

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Have tried most of the leading brands plus the supermarket ones! But I think I now prefer the pre sliced kind from the butcher counters. I'm liking a pre packed kind in my local shop at present. Made in Ireland by an Irish company.

As for my favourite way to use it in a sandwich. I like to use both corned beef and a good local sliced ham, with lettuce,beetroot,mature cheddar,Scallions and topped of with salad cream.And it has to be plain bread rather than pan. For a quickie snack then it's just corned beef smothered in Coleman's mustard.

I always use British cheddar as we can't seen to make it anywhere  near as good/tastey as the British.🤔

Edited by SuperGoose75

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