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Odd Bits How to Cook the Rest of the Animal

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 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 regional specialties So why do we eschew and waste valuable protein When have our sensibilities become so sueamish In sh. Covers a wide range of animal parts including many I wouldn t have though ofThere aren t many pictures so it is hard for me to tell what I d like to cookAlso a bit pork heavy for me

summary Odd Bits How to Cook the Rest of the Animal

Ort when did we decide offal had become awful    Jennifer McLagan award winning author of Bones and Fat is on a crusade to bring the nose to tail style of cooking and eating out of the closet and back onto to our dining tables Her mission restoring our respect for the whole animal developing a taste for its lesser known parts and learning how to approach them in the kitchen as confidently as we would a steak or a burger Serious food lovers will delight in the sheer variety of the dishes that await ranging from simple to challenging •  Headcheese for the Unconvinced•  Veal Cheeks with Swiss Chard a. A great read thoroughly engaging completely enjoyable Not exactly the typical words one might think of for what is essentially a combo cookbook and primer on offal or variety meats But it s so well written and so interesting that I found myself not only reading everything with interest right down to techniues in the recipes and the how tos of preparing some of the unusual cuts but even flipping back and forth and going back and re reading sections that were referenced to get a deeper appreciation for what she was talking about


10 thoughts on “Odd Bits How to Cook the Rest of the Animal

  1. says:

    author won beard award for fatfrom top to bottom and all inside outsides toonice disuisition on tonguegrossest to me? sanguinaccio all napoletana and chocolate blood ice cream but other than that super book some pics but needs working on this opac so perfunctory reviews at best

  2. says:

    I enjoyed this cookbook book very much Coming from a tradition of farmers I feel like I am not so far away as some people perhaps in understanding where our food comes from and have eaten some of the odd bits she mentions We still have family references to hog killing weather in the fall when the weather turns very cold and sharp However this

  3. says:

    Covers a wide range of animal parts including many I wouldn't have though ofThere aren't many pictures so it is hard for me to tell wh

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this cookbook The descriptions of how to prepare all of these odd bits was something I needed in order to deal with those that had been coming my way during my culinary adventures The recipes are mostly geared towards w

  5. says:

    A great read thoroughly engaging completely enjoyable Not exactly the typical words one might think of for what is essentially a combo cookbook and primer on offal or variety meats But it's so well written and so interesting that I found myself not only reading everything with interest right down to techniues in the rec

  6. says:

    Yes it is a cookbook that you can actually read Full of some history as to the way we used to eat the odd bits plu

  7. says:

    my wife got this for Christmas last year and I really enjoyed it because I hunt and have always tried to use of the animal Now I can This book really is a cookbook but it is also an intriguing history of odd bits of animals through time and space many of the recipes are not for those losing weight or even just trying to guard their health because the entire book is saturated with fat I am learning about cooking with many interesting ingre

  8. says:

    For those who believe in eating nose to tail or utilizing the whole animal this is a great cookbook and reference And even if you're not sure about itit's very enlightening and provides some less intimidating recipes for t

  9. says:

    Five stars for accessibility I'm an experienced eater but an amateur cook at best Having never cooked offal before the recipes in this book were really easy to approach and came out very well relative to my skills

  10. says:

    If you have the slightest interest in this book read it Totally awesome cookbookI was ever so slightly bothered that a lot

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