Yankee Corned Beef & Cabbage

What you might call Yankee corned beef & cabbage, the boiled dinner definitely has Irish roots. Today, it represents vintage New England cookery. Beyond corned beef and cabbage, it includes two or three root vegetables. Cooks never fancy up boiled dinner with gravy or upscale cuts of meat. The next day, leftover boiled dinner serves as the basis for corned beef hash. If the dinner included beets, the hash will become red flannel hash. The beets tint it the color of old-fashioned long johns.

Restaurants With This Dish

Four Aces Diner


Boiled dinner: corned beef with beets, rutabagas, potato, cabbage, and carrots


Cole Farms - Franks & Beans
Cole Farms



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