Both are made from same cut of brisket, but that’s where the commonality ends. Corned Beef is a misnomer, since it has nothing to do with corn, the cut is placed in a vat of water mixed with large kernels of salt and spices. Smoked Meat, on the other hand, is first cured and then a thick paste of spices is worked into the meat, it is placed inside a smoker to allow the meat to absorb those flavours. At Corned Beef House, all the ingredients are fresh and are prepared without preservatives. the result is a smokin sandwich, piled high, and garnished with a crunchy pickle.