Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal

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In a world of costly prime cuts -stately crown roasts, plump pork chops and regal racks of lamb- it's easy to forget about (and steer clear of) the more economical, but less lovable parts of the beast -bellies, brains, cheeks, combs, gizzards, hearts, hocks, kidneys, lungs, marrow, necks, shanks, spleens, tongues, trotters, and, oh yes, testicles. Historically, these so-called 'odd bits' have had a regular place on our plates and in our culinary repertoires. In fact, many are considered delicacies and routinely appear in ...

Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal 2011, Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, CA

ISBN-13: 9781580083348

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