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Corned Beef 1916

Article about: hi, I show you my find from out Poperinge, Belgium . Is find 4 months ago in old house , and yes ; is still the " corned beef" inside ... so you think? Sorry for my English. I thin

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    I hate bully beef, i would have starved in the trenches,id rather eat my own foot!!

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    Quote by gibba1008 View Post
    Thats a really nice find of origional ww1 rations , id dab a bit of mustard on and have a bite.....
    Plenty of mustard round the place a bit later in the war mate!!!

    Reg

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    Plenty of mustard round the place a bit later in the war mate!!!

    Reg

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    very tasty

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    My first thought was "yummy" as I scrolled down the first word on the first post was "yummy" I think that about covers it. I just had a heart surgery two weeks ago and that stuff new or old just can't be good for the old ticker so I think I'll pass on that meal. What a find though.

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    Quote by burie View Post
    hi, I show you my find from out Poperinge, Belgium .

    Is find 4 months ago in old house , and yes ; is still the " corned beef" inside ... so you think? Sorry for my English.

    I think it is from 1916 ..

    grts
    Very nice find! Your English is fine!

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    Thats a great find

    I still eat Fray Bentos corned beef, it delicious with ploughmans pickle

    I think the troops would have loved it !

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Hello burie,
    What a coincidence,
    This morning I asked my partner to buy a couple of tins of 'Corned dog' as I'm making a 'Potmess'. Memories of my service days, the recipe is simple;
    Take any vegetables that are handy, onion is important, clean chop into oxo cube sized pieces. Take any left over meat, make sure no bones and cut up as above. Place all into large container, a slow cooker is ideal. Add bottle of wine,beer or cider plenty of pepper, herbs to taste and the most important ingredient, a tin of corned beef cut onto cubes. Cook very slowly for as long as it takes!
    Todays contains plenty of veg, rabbit, lamb, bay leaves, garlic, bottle red wine, and of course, the corned beef.
    Lovely on a cold day.
    Do experiment, you may be pleasanly surprised!
    Cheers,
    navyman.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Corned dog 1.jpg   Corned dog 2.jpg  


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    mmmmm.. I can almost smell it

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    I love corned beef. Ill take a bite

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