Red Flannel Hash

If hash is made from yesterday’s Yankee boiled dinner – and if that dinner was the classic configuration containing beets – it will be red flannel hash, so named because of beet juice’s ability to turn all it touches a deep pink color reminiscent of comfortable flannel pajamas. Corned beef adds its own crimson hue, the two reds punctuated by pieces of potato and caramelized onion. Bacon frequently is added, especially if the corned beef is lean.



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