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Corned Beef Savoury anyone ?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ian J, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. Ian J

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    When I lived in the North East I used to enjoy both corned beef savoury and cheese savoury sandwiches but haven't had any since.

    I have Googled around but can't find anything that tells me what was in it but I seem to recall that it may have been mixed with mayonnaise and chopped onion.

    Anyone know for sure as I'm getting bored with the usual fare at lunchtime.
     
  2. Geordie Jester

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    Pretty sure corned beef savoury is just like you say, mayo and onions. Though I know Ive also had nice filling with it mixed in with some tomato too.

    Cheese savoury...... pretty much cheese and coleslaw mixed I reckon.....

    hmm found this on the net

     
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    I tried to make a corned beef sandwich yesterday, but made a bit of a hash of it :D
     
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    budum tschhhhhhh !!
     
  5. Ian J

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    Thanks for that - I'll try it today although it will have to be a sandwich as I don't have any stotties to hand.
     
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    I can highly recomment corned beef, beetroot, spring onion, marmite and wholegrain mustard as a sandwich filling.

    :smashin:

    Best not to snog anyone for a while afterwards though............... :D
     
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    im not sure about all of those as a combo, but I would totally agree that beetroot is fantastic in sandwiches. try ham and beet...etc.

    Mmmmmm !!

    Making me hungry now
     
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    what the fudge is a stottie :confused:
     
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    You can't beat beetroot in a sandwich. If only it wasn't quite so red. I've lost many a shirt and tie to "jumping" beetroot. Why is it that cucumber never jumps out of my sandwich, its always the beetroot.
     
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    yuk...!! corned beef...urgh....I was always led to believe that this was horsemeat...I was on;y about 10 years old tho...
     
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    A large breadbun. ideal for sandwiches.
     

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    talking of stotties......

    pubs used to up here (not so common now) sell beef stotties. These were these large bread buns cut open with beef and gravy on top served with chips.

    :smashin:
     
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    I like Baps.:smashin:
     
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    Me mum used to make me cornbeef and pickle ( silver skin pickled onions )
    butties when I was younger \o/

    ..... but I prefer cornbeef ... pickles ....... AND CHIPS
     
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    Cornedbeef flanagon, that's the way to eat Cornedbeef. With lightly minted new spuds, peas, and runner beans................. yum!
     
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    Funny thing about corned beef ius that although it originated in Argentina no one has ever heard of it overthere.They wouldnt touch it with a barge pole either
     
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    don't blame them...would you..?

    I wouldn't...had it before..yuk!
     
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    :offtopic: I never managed to find a chip shop in England that sold or even knew what a rissole was :eek: Dam English heathens :rolleyes:
     
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    Always know as "Corned Dog" in my family :D

    (family is from plymouth)
     
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    I Know .Why is that us Brits have certain foodstuffs that are frankly awful:
    corned beef
    spam
    marmite
    evaporated mlik
    synthetic cream
    Walls sausages
    condensed milk
    wipsy icecream( that machine stuff)
    Sliced white bread?
     
  22. squirrely

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    Not all "us Brits" eat what you have listed, i dont eat any of it,maybe you're living in the past a bit?;)
     
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    I like home made potato pie made with corned beef :smashin:

    la gran siete nice to see you have a audiolab a8000 :cool: but can you reduce your sig to 3 lines. ;)
     
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    Cheese Stottie, Corned Beef, Diced Onion, & HP sauce is maybe what you're after?

    ..It works pretty damn well, in any case.. :thumbsup:
     
  25. la gran siete

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    What is a stotie??? Sounds like a name for a dog
     
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    When I first migrated here I couldnt believe the stuff people were eating. Thousands of cows and people were eating condensed milk???What wrong with real cream I thought?Then that stuff that comes out of those van machines which they call " icecream" - you can still buy it!!!!!As well as spam and corned beef and marmite yuk!
    Things have improved mind and there is a lot more choice now.Haagen Daz - yum! Toulouse sausages ( Taste the difference -Sainsburys) :smashin: Jersey cream luvly jubly
     
  27. Ian J

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    I've read about the rationing during the war but didn't realise that things were that bad.
     
  28. la gran siete

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    I think people just got used to eating bad stuff . To be truthful I think rationing went on for a long time as we were having to pay war reparations to the Yanks.
     
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    I use to like stuffed baked potato with corned beef and Branson Pickle on top.
     
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    My favourite breakfast has to be grillled chitilines , sweetbreads ,lambs kidney ,spanish sausage( chorizo) and fried egg with some toms YUM!Washed down with a mug of filterd coffee
     

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