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Unread 03-17-2013, 03:36 PM   #16
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Dear lord....please provide me some of that corned beef hash goodness right now! Man, that looks like fabulous eats!

And please do tell on the turkey...sometime soon....
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Awesome!


Never done pastrami, but I GOTTA do it soon. Looks to good.
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Dear lord....please provide me some of that corned beef hash goodness right now! Man, that looks like fabulous eats!

And please do tell on the turkey...sometime soon....
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Not much to tell on the turkey.
14 pounder. Deboned it yesterday and it spent the night in paddio daddio's ultimate turkey brine. Stuffed it with bread stuffing and into a 375* oven for a little over two hours.
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Default My corned Beef Hash journey...

Yeah I wanna make that!
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOh,that corned beef hash looks like it would fill up this void i have in my belly. I'd hit that, hit it real hard.
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That looks great. Will have to try this one. Thanks
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Oh wow that looks seriously yummy!!!
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Is the secret to the store packed corned beef, the long soak? I made one today after a 4 hour soak and it had a very chewy texture. Wasn't too salty but the texture was off.
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Is the secret to the store packed corned beef, the long soak? I made one today after a 4 hour soak and it had a very chewy texture. Wasn't too salty but the texture was off.
The long soak is to get the salt out.
How long did you cook it? What temp? How'd you slice it?
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Wow, does that look good! Corned beef hash is one of my favorites. +1 to you.
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Wow, does that look good! Corned beef hash is one of my favorites. +1 to you.
Mine too. Homemade is SOOOOOO much better then the stuff from a can I grew up on, even with gummy potatoes. Wish I hadn't tossed my salad spinner all those years ago.
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Default excellent hash

i enjoyed your pictures and explanation-the hash looks great in the green egg how long did it take to cook the turkey an corned beef? how do you debone your turkeys? thank you




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i enjoyed your pictures and explanation-the hash looks great in the green egg how long did it take to cook the turkey an corned beef? how do you debone your turkeys? thank you
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The corned beef was on the Egg for probably ~ 8 hours.

I review this video before I debone a turkey or chicken, mostly because I don't do it very often and don't remember. Big Al runs the laptop while I wield the knife.

Then I used Paddio Daddio's Ultimate Turkey brine - left if in the brine probably about 24 hours.
http://www.patiodaddiobbq.com/2009/1...key-brine.html

Yesterday took it out of the brine, rinsed it off, and back into the fridge on a rack to let it dry.
Stuffed with bread stuffing, tied it up, then into a 375* oven for just over 2 hours.
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Holy crap, I want some of that hash! Looks great L-M!
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Corned beef hash and eggs, tough to beat that for a great breakfast, and yours looks great! That turkey looks great as well, just can't figure out how you keep it in the pan?

All looks good, thanks,

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