After St. Patrick's Day, you get to have a week or so of Corned Beef Hash. This is the best breakfast in the world (besides banana bacon pancakes). I just finished up our leftover corned beef, and simultaneously made another step toward real adulthood.
Corned Beef Hash, the way we've always made it, involves onions. They lend the dish a good flavor, but are generally kind of nasty. Usually I leave them in a pile on my plate. I then throw them out and go about my day.
But not yesterday. Yesterday, I ate the onions. But I made sure to cook them in butter for a while first. And I made sure that I had a lot of carrots and corned beef to balance out the onion.
New phone takes much more narrow pictures than old phone. Good to know....
As the human race discovered millenia ago, butter makes everything taste better. Probably because it is pure fat, something humans love more than anything. It has such a reassuring taste. Butter says, "Yeah, I know you have to eat this disgusting vegetable, but I'll be with you the whole time." Of course, put too much butter on your vegetables and you're negating the health benefits of vegetables. But the meal will definitely taste delicious!
So I fried up my Corned Beef Hash in butter. And I ate an onion. And it was pretty good! Thanks to the magic of butter, I joined a club I don't often qualify for: The Clean Plate Club.
Behold! A plate clear of all onions!
Thanks, butter, for making this all possible!