Friday, 2 August 2013

Food on Friday: Offal


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Stop reading right now if you are put off by the thought of offal!

There are all sorts of offal – some that I don't fancy at all and some I can cope with.  Offal includes – brains, kidneys, liver, sweetbreads, tongue and tripe.

Liver goes with:

Apples
Bacon
Balsamic vinegar
Brandy
Butter
Cabbage
Cumin
Garlic
Ginger
Mushrooms
Mustard
Onions
Orange juice
Parsley
Potatoes
Red wine vinegar
Rice wine
Rosemary
Sage
Soy sauce
Spinach
Vermouth
Worcestershire sauce


Kidneys go with:

Anchovies
Bacon
Beef
Butter
Chutney
Lemon juice
Marsala
Mushrooms
Mustard
Onions
Paprika
Parsley
Rice
Rosemary
Sage
Sausages
Worcestershire sauce


I will be pinning dishes to this Pinboard as they come in.  If you head over there you should be able easily to choose which of the other links you would like to visit.

Linking in your dishes is easy – first put your name and the name of your dish into the first box below and then paste the url of your post about the dish into the second.

Happy linking!



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25 comments:

  1. Thanks for a lovely party! I always enjoy it.

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  2. I've brought you a black pudding recipe, which isn't strictly speaking offal - but offal seems as good a genre for it to be in as any! Also a couple of quintessentially English dishes - Steak & Kidney Pie and Lancashire Hotpot, plus a gorgeous chicken liver pate recipe. Yum. :)

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  3. Just so you know, I never touch the stuff but my Hubby loves it. :)

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  4. It's actually pretty difficult finding certain types of organ meats in Dallas. A few years back when I needed kidneys for a steak and kidney pie, I spent hours on the phone trying to get my hands on some. Most butchers told me those items were best used in pet food, lol.

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  5. Thanks for the invite I love the idsea and a great subject that gets over looked often in fine food.

    Christine

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  6. Other offal may be in the offing soon, especially of steak and roast keeps getting more expensive. Thanks for the invite to post!

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  7. Interesting theme this week!
    My Ma's recipe for Tripe Soup, Maltese Style, has lots of vegetables in it, too :-)

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  8. Offal weirds me out sometimes but then I try some and can never remember what all the fuss is about! I don't have a recipe to share but if you are in Wellington, NZ, check out Big Bad Wolf charcuterie - organic, wild, free range meats, all made on sight by super talented chefs. I work there so a little bias but the offal rillette is truly delicious as are the prosciutto stuffed, brioche crumbed lamb brains!

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  9. Thanks for the invite Carole. I don't have an offal recipe to share, but I've enjoyed seeing the recipes that other bloggers have linked. Have a great weekend.

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  10. I've added a liver recipe that's simply... offal. (But tasty nonetheless!)

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  11. I love offal! Good to see there are other offal fan around!

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  12. Good choice. I love calf liver, chicken livers and sweetbreads.

    ~Ann

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  13. We love liver, but I don't think I have any recipes to link up this round. Will enjoy looking through everyone elses.

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  14. Thank you, Carole! I brought stuffed pig stomach (Cajun ponce) and slow cooker tongue w/ tomatoes. I love the "foodie call" graphic.

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  15. Hi Carole~ I don't have any recipes to link up today even though my hubby loves liver, and I make a mean liver pate' at Christmas! Next time I make liver n onions or pate' I'll post the recipe.....for next time:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  16. Thanks Carole for the party:) I added a good recipe that we enjoy:)) It's Beef liver pate fritters.

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  17. Thank you very much for the invite Carole!!!
    Can I submit another offal post? It's Calf's Liver Venetian Style and it's delicious even if I usually don't like offal dishes :-)

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  18. Thanks again for the invitation. Unfortunately, despite the fact that I enjoy some offal dishes, I don't have any to share.

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  19. I love Liver, giggle. And when I tried this soup last year I fell in love. Only offal recipe on my blog so far. One of these times I'll post more.
    I'm really enjoying these Food On Friday postings. What a great idea and fun.

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  20. I love liver and onions Tuscan style. Check it out. http://thisdamecooks.com/?p=2339

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  21. Thanks for the invite! I've linked up two of my favorite offal recipes, and plan on posting this roundup on Facebook. Many people know that organ meat is good for them, but are at a loss when it comes to preparation. This is a great idea.

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  22. Hi Carole, thanks for your invitation to add my recipe to the list! I have just added it, number 41.
    Thanks! Anne

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