Tag Archives: offal

pickled peppers and pig’s ears

So here’s steps 2 and 3 of project pig’s ear, and a quick new favorite technique (well, old technique actually) for pickled peppers.  Advertisements

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Crispy pig’s ears, step one

I’ve decided to revisit the crispy pig’s ears that I made last year, building on their success, and tweaking the recipe just a bit to improve them. The basic gist is the same: overnight salt, coriander, crushed garlic, and orange … Continue reading

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Beef heart and lamb kidneys

With Fergus as my guide… Beef heart, and lamb kidneys in their suet, both headed for the grill. Thanks to Saugatuck Craft Butchery for helping us to keep things interesting.

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headcheese

I was really excited about making headcheese this month for Charcutepalooza. Having never made it nor had it before, this was totally new territory. Add that to the fact that I kind of like making and eating things that others … Continue reading

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Crispy Pig’s Ears

The other thing I picked up last weekend down on Arthur Avenue (along with the tongue) was a package of pig’s ears. Hard to pass these up after reading Michael Symon’s Live to Cook, and I’d love to try them … Continue reading

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