Tag: corned beef

SANDWICH: Corned Beef Rubens Roll

SANDWICH: Corned Beef Rubens Roll

A Rubens is the iconic Jewish sandwich. Made world famous by New York deli, Katz’s the Rubens is piles of thinly sliced, cold corned beef with very few other ingredients – usually just a little Swiss cheese and Russian dressing. It’s one of those sandwiches that […]

DUDE FOOD: Corned Beef Croquettes with Sauce Gribiche

DUDE FOOD: Corned Beef Croquettes with Sauce Gribiche

The exact history of corned beef is not certain but has been traced back to Ireland and England where beef was regularly salted for preservation from the Middle Ages onwards. There’s no denying the equally Jewish roots to corned beef either, with salted brisket sandwiches like the Reuben […]

RECIPE: Home-Style Corned Beef

RECIPE: Home-Style Corned Beef

For me, corned beef comes from a tin. A rectangular tin never redesigned for modern can openers – steadfastly attached to a key that snaps halfway around and leaves a ringletted strip of tin flailing like scored ribbon. For my husband, however, corned beef is the traditional salt beef boiled long and […]