Friday, 7 June 2013

Food on Friday: Veal


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Another Friday, another theme!  This time it's Veal.

Veal goes well with

Anchovies
Artichokes
Breadcrumbs
Butter
Capers
Cream
Eggplants
Garlic
Ham
Leeks
Lemons
Marsala
Mushrooms
Mustard
Olive oil
Olives
Onions
Parmesan cheese
Parsley
Pasta
Potatoes
Rice
Rosemary
Sage
Sorrel
Spinach
Tomatoes
White wine



To link in, just put your name plus the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and then copy the url for your post into the second one.

It may help you to choose which other links to visit if you pop over to the Pinboard  where I'll be pinning the links as soon as I can.


Happy linking!

Ps -  For those that like to plan ahead, the next Food on Friday's topic is all things BBQ.



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24 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting :) Apparently I don't cook with a lot of veal since I only have had one recipe in the last 2 years! It greats in meatballs though, yum!

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  2. Hi Carole,
    Thanks for the party. I was so excited that I had a recipe with veal in it. I brought my bolognese sauce.
    Debi

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  3. I don't cook often with veal either. I think this might be my only recipe. :)

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  4. Oh I have three veal recipes. I love veal.

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  5. Hi, Carole,
    Thank you for inviting me to the veal party!
    I can't take credit for the recipe, but I find the sauce recipe works well with chicken, too.
    Margaret

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  6. I've linked my one and only veal recipe - Spaghetti with Meatballs and Tomato Sauce.

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  7. Thanks for hosting, Carole! I absolutely love veal and I've linked up my osso buco soup, which is a quick way to get all the flavors of long cooking osso buco!

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  8. I like veal but I don't make it a lot. I should try to work on that =)

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  9. Thanks for the invite! I'm sharing my meatball recipe. These meatballs are made with veal, pork and ground beef. They are seriously yumtastic!

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  10. I am sad to say I don't have any veal recipes to link up but I'm going to work on that:) I will go take a look around....have always wanted to make Osso Buco~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  11. Thanks for contacting me. I am taking the liberty to link some of my other Greek veal recipes as well.

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  12. Thank you Carole. Always an honor.

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  13. Veal is one of those things I always eat at restaurants but hardly ever cook at home, time to do more experimenting with it in the kitchen, great idea!

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  14. Hi Carole, thanks a lot for the invite and the host.

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  15. I have a very great interest in the production of British Rose Veal, as it makes use of the male calves that are produced as part of the milk industry. Without the British Rose Veal market, these poor little chaps are shot within 2-3 days of birth. At least, being grown on for veal, they have a life - albeit a short one, but nonetheless a life - and a good life at that. No veal crates for these babies, they live in groups in big strawed yards and in the good weather, go out to play in the fields. I couldn't use white veal these days - and especially continental veal - not knowing how it is produced. Anyway. Rant over. LOL I've brought you two British Rose Veal recipes, both of which are really lovely.

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  16. Looks like I don't have any veal posts on my blog! Oops!

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  17. Thanks for the invitation!

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  18. Wonderful to have been asked to contribute my truly Italian family-style veal recipe. Grazie e Buon Appetito~

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  19. Inspiring list of combinations. Thank you. I am sure I'll be back for more.

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  20. Some great looking Veal recipes. Will be trying many.

    ~Ann

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  21. I'm one of those non-pc veal lovers. Looks like lots of good recipes to choose from. Happy Saturday!

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  22. Hi Carole, thanks for inviting me along to post my veal ragout link here! Just entered it above... hope it shows up ok - lovely to see other veal ideas as well :).

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  23. Bah, seems I linked wrong as well... didn't enter the name of the dish. Are you able to edit it? (not sure if my first comment showed up either... had some computer problems).

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