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:2fun: :2fun: thats better thank you. yeah i know not easy to please and lazy cause i could have googled it myself hey? :rolleyes: just cause there is a ? there dont mean you have to answer that neither :2fun: :2fun:
The first recipe is nice with some melted cheese on the top. Oh gawd......my mouths watering.:biggrin: :biggrin:
 

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well there's corn beef sales hitting the roof. They will wonder why there is a sudden surge. All down to a Family History posting. My grandad loved Bully beef. Most of the troops in WW1 moaned about it but he looked forward to it.
 

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well there's corn beef sales hitting the roof. They will wonder why there is a sudden surge. All down to a Family History posting. My grandad loved Bully beef. Most of the troops in WW1 moaned about it but he looked forward to it.
:2fun: :2fun: Yep a world shortage thing happening with corn beef:rolleyes:

I have read that it was given to the troops. If i mentioned it to my kids they wouldnt know what i was talking about.
 

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well there's corn beef sales hitting the roof. They will wonder why there is a sudden surge. All down to a Family History posting. My grandad loved Bully beef. Most of the troops in WW1 moaned about it but he looked forward to it.
I love Corned Beef, i like all the 'old' stuff like that.

I've been onto Gibbo, about Corned Beef hash casserole, she don't know what she's missed.:biggrin:
Have you tried that yourself Ducky. ?
 

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Oh well, can't be liked by all.:)

My Dad used to go on about 'bully beef' during WW2, he liked it, but he did say after you've been eating the stuff for months.....it got a bit boring to say the least.:biggrin:
 

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