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   CaliforniaMama  Friday Feb 22 10:59 AM

February 22, 2013 - Heart of Kitten




Gravdigr  Friday Feb 22 11:34 AM

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Let's eat 'em!



Trilby  Friday Feb 22 11:40 AM

aw.

Autumn had a heart shaped brown spot on her right side...I told my sister she had "a little heart on" and she laughed and laughed.



Coign  Friday Feb 22 11:47 AM

It being our Friday cookup I was half expecting a real heart.

I love me some heart.

http://honest-food.net/2012/06/13/gr...-heart-recipe/



Gravdigr  Friday Feb 22 01:57 PM

Revisitation:

Crash, friend's long lost doggy



CaliforniaMama  Friday Feb 22 02:08 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Coign View Post
I love me some heart.
You and my mom. Brains for breakfast and heart for dinner. No brains for me, but I did have to eat the heart . . . almost every single Sunday . . . for a couple of years . . . until she got on another kick.

I really don't like eating beef. I have had moose and buffalo and can tolerate those a bit better. Deer heart might actually go down okay.

Now, I just need me someone to shoot me a deer!


infinite monkey  Friday Feb 22 02:42 PM

My grandma loved when I was little and she'd make me beef heart. I had no idea what it was; I didn't know from organs. All I know is everyone found it amusing that picky me would eat beef heart.

Really, the only thing I knew about heart was the valentiney heart. I guess I just thought it was a cute name.



infinite monkey  Friday Feb 22 02:44 PM

Funny this was the cookie on this page and I just happened to notice it:

A radioactive cat has eighteen half-lives.



Pete Zicato  Friday Feb 22 02:47 PM

This reminded me of the Robert Bloch quote.

"Despite my ghoulish reputation, I really have the heart of a small boy. I keep it in a jar on my desk."



Sundae  Friday Feb 22 03:20 PM

We used to eat heart.
I don't remember particularly disliking it, but I remember feeling uneasy that it was held together with string.

I've seen Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall do some nice offal dishes. He didn't use any string.
I seem to remember him cooking heart and tongue for a Valentines Day special menu one year. Which really made me laugh.



Trilby  Friday Feb 22 03:22 PM

I'm. gonna. barf.



Pete Zicato  Friday Feb 22 03:51 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sundae View Post
We used to eat heart.
I don't remember particularly disliking it, but I remember feeling uneasy that it was held together with string.

I've seen Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall do some nice offal dishes. He didn't use any string.
I seem to remember him cooking heart and tongue for a Valentines Day special menu one year. Which really made me laugh.
Most commercial hamburger patties are part heart because it adds a nice flavor.

And tongue is delicious and tender as a lunch meat. I don't see it here in Chicago. But I used to get it in STL years ago.


Sundae  Friday Feb 22 03:54 PM

We never had tongue because Mum doesn't like it.
Like watercress, it was on the Sunday tea table every week when she was a child as Grandad did like it and he was the wage earner.

Ditto coffee and walnut cake - is that less barafable, Tril?



infinite monkey  Friday Feb 22 03:55 PM

Jules: Well we'd have to be talkin' about one charming motherfuckin' tongue. I mean he'd have to be ten times more charmin' than that Arnold on Green Acres, you know what I'm sayin'?



Trilby  Friday Feb 22 04:23 PM

walnut cake-you bet. the rest?

I am going to stop eating meat. I mean it. this whole thing is disgusting and now I hear Burger King put horsemeat in it's burgers.

even at a reputable store you don't know what you're getting.
My ex hubby has it right---he raises and slaughters his own cattle (not that I could do that) so he KNOWS what he's getting.



BigV  Wednesday Feb 27 10:00 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Trilby View Post
I'm. gonna. barf.
lmao!


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