Corned Beef Utica NY

Corned Beef in Utica NY is very popular, especially on Saint Patrick’s Day

What exactly is Corned Beef?

In the USA it is brine cured beef, usually a brisket.

The Corned part comes from the Old English word corn that describes the large grains of salt used in the curing process.

Corned Beef is the base for a Reuben Sandwich which is made by corned beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing on rye bread. Smoked corned beef with similar flavorings is known as pastrami.

Instead of corned beef try The Pulaski Meat Market’s homemade Daisy Ham on your sandwich. Tender, tasty, and smoky you will love a sandwich made with daisy ham.

Pulaski Grilled Reuben Sandwich Recipe

Sliced Homemade Pulaski Meat Market Daisy Ham
Prepared sauerkraut
Polish Kasztelanski Cheese
Russian Dressing
Polish Rye Bread

Layer sliced Kasztelanski cheese and daisy ham on slice of rye bread.
Top with sauerkraut and Russian dressing, top with slice of buttered rye bread.
Heat skillet on medium high and place sandwich buttered side down into pan
Butter top slice of sandwich and turn when bottom side is golden brown, cook
until bottom side is golden brown.

Plate and serve with Imported Polish Dill pickle and a Imported Polish beer from the Pulaski Meat Market!

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