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Braised beef tongue

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I haven’t had tongue in a while, a shame. Perhaps I’ll get one next week. When I was growing up, we had tongue frequently, always simmered with a veal heart. The simmering water had onions, celery, peppercorns, perhaps whole allspice or cloves. It’s so yummy hot (with mustard and perhaps horseradish), and even better cold, sliced for tongue sandwiches. It’s time for tongue!

Written by Leisureguy

12 September 2007 at 9:08 am

Posted in Daily life, Food

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  1. Westernized Chinese food (as available in ‘Western’ restaurants in places like Hong Kong) includes a kind of spaghetti bolognese variant, but the minced beef is replaced with sliced beef tongue. So, pasta, tomatoes, tongue. It’s quite good. I should ask my wife to cook it again …

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    Eric

    12 September 2007 at 9:34 am


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