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Default Corned beef again

Alfie wrote:

I bought some cool shaped metal cookie cutters that I use for doing
something like this.

I dice the leftovers into 1/4" cubes and lightly pack it into the
cookie cutter which is already in the cast iron pan.

Then I drizzle beaten egg into it to hold it together nicely and heat
it until its golden brown on the bottom side. Then you can remove the
cookie cutter and flip it to finish the other side.

Finding a 5" cookie cutter that has a generic shape is the hard part.

I use a heart shaped and a clover shaped cutter.

So you need cookie cutters for the spades and diamonds?


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