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CORN. In its most comprehensive sense, this term signifies every sort of grain, as well as peas and beans, this is its meaning in the memorandum usually contained in policies of insurance. But it does not include rice. 1 Park. Ins. 112; Marsh. Ins. 223, note; Stev. on Av. part 4, art. 2; Ben. on Av. eh. 10; 1 Marsh. Ins. 223; Park on Ins. 112; Wesk. Ins. 145. Vide Com. Dig. Biens, G 1.

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Add enough water to the ketchup, mustard and Worcestershire sauce to make a pourable mixture, then add this to the corned beef and potato.
Their great-granddaughter, Lucy, said the couple, who have since passed away, couldn't believe it when they found a red tin of Argentinian corned beef in the property.
She might have ordered it because there was a lack of choice - but then it comes out and the corned beef looks dry and the jacket potato looks disgusting.
Customers who have bought the 340g tins, with any date code, have been urged not to eat the corned beef but to return it to the supermarket.
The FSA said the corned beef is the only meat product in which bute has been found to date.
The FSA said people who still had the affected corned beef should not eat it but return the tins for a refund.
The Food Standards Agency has confirmed that "very low levels" of the painkilling medicine used on horses and other animals, known as bute, were detected in the corned beef.
8220;We have an outrageously good recipe for corned beef and cabbage that people look forward to all year, and we have a reputation for knowing how to ring in the holiday.
Huw David, prosecuting, said she had been captured on CCTV at the Iceland store putting five tins of corned beef, valued at pounds 5, in a bag.
Retailers should keep their eyes peeled for the new look of Tyson Fresh Meat's Reuben corned beef line.
A CORNED beef dates back to the early 17th century when brisket was cured using large coarse grains of salt to preserve it.
Products ranging from corned beef to stewed steak are expected to rise in price after the Brazilian industry was hit by major cost hikes.