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Corned Beef Hash

ASHES, OR MEALS made from ingredients that are chopped up and cooked in a skillet, have been around forever. One common version found across the United States, corned beef hash, rose to popularity in New England during the 19th century. Home cooks made it with ingredients left over from big boiled dinners of corned beef, potatoes, and cabbage (see “The American Table”). By the mid-20th century, it was also a canned-goods

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