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    Quote Originally Posted by curly sue View Post
    A and B are my choices. I've not eaten D. Is potted meat any thing like Underwood's Deviled Ham? I like that. B is good chopped up in those fried potatoes and onions!
    I think potted meat is the same thing. As a kid I would have a potted meat sandwich and mayo. I didn't notice that was potted meat. I change my answer to a, c, and d. But mostly a and d.

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    Thanks! I like the Deviled Ham mixed with just a bit of sweet pickle relish and then some Miracle Whip spread on the bread.

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    D. Corned Beef Hash - We have it for breakfast once in a while - Spread it out in a non-stick pan, and let it get brown and crunchy, then scramble or fry up some Eggs and make some Toast to go with = YUMMO!


    Oh, and we used to take "Potted Meat" sandwiches for lunch to school ALL the time - One of those, and one PB&J Sammich wrapped in wax paper and carried in a brown, paper bag = A cheap, but filling meal.

    We also had "Deviled Ham," when money wasn't quite as tight, 'cause that was a little bit more "expensive"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    Sammich wrapped in wax paper...
    Wow...I'd forgotten about that. The days before plastic sandwich bags were invented, when you used either waxed paper or empty bread bags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    wrapped in wax paper and carried in a brown, paper bag...
    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Wow...I'd forgotten about that. The days before plastic sandwich bags were invented, when you used either waxed paper or empty bread bags!
    Yeah. Totally forgot about the wax paper sandwich thing. I probably never would have thought about that again in my life. I assume I haven't thought about it since the last time I had one when I was a kid. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    D. Corned Beef Hash - We have it for breakfast once in a while - Spread it out in a non-stick pan, and let it get brown and crunchy, then scramble or fry up some Eggs and make some Toast to go with = YUMMO!
    One of my favorite breakfasts. I do it in a non-stick though and melt some butter in the pan first. That gets it good and crunchy too. Then cook a couple of over-medium or poached eggs, cut the eggs up all running and take a bite of the hash and eggs at the same time...


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    When I worked in an eatery, way back when, to go orders were a mess. We took a rather thick paper plate and covered it with a long piece of waxed paper. Next, we put the hot food on the plate and wrapped the waxed paper over the top. Liquid on the waxed paper caused it to melt and made a mess. It was the best we had to work with at the time. I suppose aluminum foil would have been too costly.

    I'll have to try the corned beef hash browned in butter. That sounds good!

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