Category Archives: Offal

Breakfast: Eggs, Liver and Asparagus

I had this two mornings in a row; the first day it was two hen eggs and a little more onion than shown here. Liver for breakfast, eh?  Well, I noticed they were selling it in strips at Whole Foods — … Continue reading

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Slow Cooked Beef Tongue

I’m very much a fan of tongue, and have posted about it once or twice in my career as a blogger.  I usually simmer it as Mother did, on the range, but I decided slow-cooking would be a fun way … Continue reading

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A Hearty Appetite?

Well, I haven’t reported on any odd edibles lately, so I figure I should go ahead and add one. Welcome to a continuing but periodical collection of “nose to tail” (or should today we say, “beak to tailfeather”?)  eating. Poached … Continue reading

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Just Ducky, Part III: What to Do with the Duck Liver

I’m going to provide you with three recipes in this post. A:  Liver and Onions B:  Liver Pate I’ll come to the third near the bottom of this post. Frankly, I don’t do either A: or B: when I have … Continue reading

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Roast Stuffed Goat Heart

This is a great recipe for roasting pasture-finished goat or lamb heart, if the heart in question is large enough to poke stuffing into. Roasting a full fledged beef heart this way would likely render it too tough.  And it … Continue reading

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Cat Got Your Tongue?

One thing I save up old pickle juice for is to make tongue.  Dill style, not bread and butter pickle juice.  In this case, I saved up my own personally-canned (no sugar added!) dill pickle juice. This is pretty much … Continue reading

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Poultry Gizzards and Hearts

Nothing like going out of town for a few days to encourage one to clean out the fridge.  I found a recipe for gizzards that incorporated Thai seasonings and adapted the veggie portion with what was at hand. About 300 … Continue reading

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