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Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« on: 22/12/2006 10:21:11 »
Thank you all for all the friendship over the year



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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #1 on: 22/12/2006 16:05:21 »
HAPPY CHRISTMAS Hadrian
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #2 on: 22/12/2006 17:08:08 »


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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #3 on: 22/12/2006 17:27:48 »






May the warmth and the joy of the season fill your hearts with a love to last throughout the new year!! All my love and best wishes Friend, Merry Christmas to YOU Hadrian!!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #4 on: 22/12/2006 17:42:46 »
I was feeling that my message was a little plain  ;)

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #5 on: 22/12/2006 18:48:19 »
I suppose I'd better join in the spirit of the thing... Happy Christmas, matey! [xx(]
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #6 on: 22/12/2006 23:28:00 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #7 on: 23/12/2006 00:24:29 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!

Here's a quick quiz..

What does the ' corned ' in Corned Beef refer too ?
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #8 on: 23/12/2006 00:44:45 »
merry christmas!!!
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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #9 on: 23/12/2006 02:21:34 »
Merry Christmas to you, Hadrian.
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #10 on: 23/12/2006 03:28:22 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!

Here's a quick quiz..

What does the ' corned ' in Corned Beef refer too ?


WEll I know how they make corned beef, and at least by the recipe my grandmother used there is no corn but it calls for these ingredients in the cure for the meat, and it takes 8 days to do it!

1 and 1/2 cup. salt
1 cup of sugar
3/4 teaspoon of saltpeter
1 (8 to 10 pound brisket)


I know alot of people use the pepercorns as a very basic seasoning, so I think it is probably the pepercorns in the seasoning as the recipe for making your own corned Beef brisket is above!

 sugar improves flavor and saltpeter gives the meat a reddish color!!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #11 on: 23/12/2006 03:30:30 »
I should send you instructions it is excellent and very good. it keeps well!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #12 on: 25/12/2006 06:40:01 »
I suppose I'd better join in the spirit of the thing... Happy Christmas, matey! [xx(]

Bah Humbug!  LOL  Me too!  Ditto Hadrian!  Signed the Scrinch!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #13 on: 25/12/2006 07:40:03 »
HEE HEE HEE!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #14 on: 27/12/2006 16:26:10 »
Thanks everyone
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #15 on: 27/12/2006 20:11:09 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!

Here's a quick quiz..

What does the ' corned ' in Corned Beef refer too ?


WEll I know how they make corned beef, and at least by the recipe my grandmother used there is no corn but it calls for these ingredients in the cure for the meat, and it takes 8 days to do it!

1 and 1/2 cup. salt
1 cup of sugar
3/4 teaspoon of saltpeter
1 (8 to 10 pound brisket)


I know alot of people use the pepercorns as a very basic seasoning, so I think it is probably the pepercorns in the seasoning as the recipe for making your own corned Beef brisket is above!

 sugar improves flavor and saltpeter gives the meat a reddish color!!



Hi Karen Mam....

well, you've kinda answered the question...the ' corned ' in corned beef refers to the salting !!

YAYYYYYYYYYY...and yes...it is delish..YAYY !!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #16 on: 27/12/2006 20:13:51 »
I don't like corned beef. I used to when I was a kid but went off it. Probably because I used to have it in my sarnies everyday  :(  ::)  ;)
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #17 on: 27/12/2006 20:27:13 »
I don't like corned beef. I used to when I was a kid but went off it. Probably because I used to have it in my sarnies everyday  :(  ::)  ;)


Two ways to bring ewe back to corned beef joy !!..one..is to mix it with some mashed potatoes , onions and garlic and fry it...the other...is to mix it in with some minced beef in a home in a Shepherds Pie...it really adds a great texture and flavour.....

Oh..there is another way...and that is to jump naked into a dogs home and smear it all over yourself and enjoy dog licking tonguey fun !!..YAYYYYYYYYYYY
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #18 on: 27/12/2006 20:30:48 »
I like the sound of the first one, second one sounds nice, third option, hmmmmm, I guess I could try that this weekend  ;)
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #19 on: 27/12/2006 21:35:27 »
shepherds pie..mmmmm,mmmmm, good! 
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #20 on: 28/12/2006 01:43:50 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!

Here's a quick quiz..

What does the ' corned ' in Corned Beef refer too ?


WEll I know how they make corned beef, and at least by the recipe my grandmother used there is no corn but it calls for these ingredients in the cure for the meat, and it takes 8 days to do it!

1 and 1/2 cup. salt
1 cup of sugar
3/4 teaspoon of saltpeter ??? !!!!!!
1 (8 to 10 pound brisket)


I know alot of people use the pepercorns as a very basic seasoning, so I think it is probably the pepercorns in the seasoning as the recipe for making your own corned Beef brisket is above!

 sugar improves flavor and saltpeter gives the meat a reddish color!!


I'll never eat it again!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #21 on: 28/12/2006 03:53:00 »
LOL  Too funny!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #22 on: 28/12/2006 08:52:48 »
WHAT CAN I SAY>>>> It is an old recipe if anyone would like the instructions email me or ask here I will get them to you!!!
 

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Re: Happy Christmas from Hadrian
« Reply #23 on: 28/12/2006 08:55:40 »
Hadrian,

Merry Christmas, Best wishes, and - oh - don't burn the Plum Pudding or Haggis or Corned Beef or whatever is the Irish Christmas thingy food.

Love ya dude!

Here's a quick quiz..

What does the ' corned ' in Corned Beef refer too ?


WEll I know how they make corned beef, and at least by the recipe my grandmother used there is no corn but it calls for these ingredients in the cure for the meat, and it takes 8 days to do it!

1 and 1/2 cup. salt
1 cup of sugar
3/4 teaspoon of saltpeter
1 (8 to 10 pound brisket)


I know alot of people use the pepercorns as a very basic seasoning, so I think it is probably the pepercorns in the seasoning as the recipe for making your own corned Beef brisket is above!

 sugar improves flavor and saltpeter gives the meat a reddish color!!



Hi Karen Mam....

well, you've kinda answered the question...the ' corned ' in corned beef refers to the salting !!

YAYYYYYYYYYY...and yes...it is delish..YAYY !!

How does the salting refer to the corned part, Is there a method of making an item"corned"??
 

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