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Random information on the term “Corned beef ___”:
Potted meat is a preserved meat, where the meat is cooked, placed hot in a pot, tightly packed to exclude air, and then covered with hot fat. As the fat cools, it hardens and forms an airtight seal, preventing spoilage by airborne bacteria. Before the days of refrigeration, potted meat was developed as a way to preserve meat when a freshly-slaughtered animal could not be fully eaten immediately.
Often when making potted meat, only the meat of one animal was used, although other recipes, such as the Flemish potjevleesch, used three or four different meats (animals).
Random information on the term “Hash”:
Hash is a dish consisting of diced or chopped meat, potatoes and spices that are mixed together and then cooked either alone or with other ingredients such as onions. The name is derived from the French verb hacher (to chop).
Canned corned beef hash became especially popular in some countries including in Britain and France during and after the Second World War as rationing limited the availability of fresh meat. The dish may also use roast beef.
In many locations[where?], hash is served primarily as a breakfast food on restaurant menus and as home cuisine, often served with eggs and toast and occasionally fried potatoes such as hash browns or home fries. In the United States, hash is sometimes served with biscuits[clarification needed].
In 2011 it was reported that hash was making a comeback as more than just a dish for leftovers or breakfasts of last resort, with high-end restaurants offering sophisticated hashes.