Roast Beef Hash

Known for being frugal, Yankee cooks naturally like to make hash. Even if it’s not from yesterday’s corned beef dinner, hash is a way to make the most of ingredients on hand. When there is leftover pot roast, roast beef hash can be the order of the morning, especially in the diners of northern New England.

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