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- Exotic Meat Market.com Exotic Meat market invites you to celebrate life with their exotic wild game meats, the product of their passion and dreams.
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Tag Archives: pig
Alpaca head cheese Kings Row Gastropub, Pasadena, California Connoisseurs of the meat dish with a dairy name have elevated what was once a butcher’s way to sell undesirable bits and pieces of the hog into a carnivorous foodie’s go-to charcuterie … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged alpaca, Anshu Pathak, brine, CA, California, charcuterie, chef, collagen, Exotic Meat Market, gastropub, gelatin, head, head cheese, hog, Kings Row, Pasadena, pig, Sundeep, Sunny, Vohra Comments Off on Alpaca Lunch
Find The Salami
Coppa Enoteca Boston, Massachusetts Boston’s Coppa Enoteca occupies a thin sliver at the end of block of South End red brick townhouses, easily several hundred years old. The narrow gastropub is subtly identified by a simple, gold leaf-lettered “COPPA” in … Continue reading
Posted in New England Tagged antipasti, beef heart, Best Chef Northeast, blood sausage, bone marrow, Boston, charcuterie, chef, Coda di Maiale, Coppa, Coppa Enoteca, crudo, executive chef, Food Network, fried egg, garbanzo beans, Italian, James Beard, Jamie Bissonnette, Kathryn Christensen, Ken Oringer, KO Prime, MA, Massachusetts, moustarda, New England, Nine Zero Hotel, nose-to-tail, ostriche, oysters, Panino di Riccio di Mare, pastrami, pig, pig tail, pizza, pork belly, Ravioli di Maiale, Ready Set Cook, Restaurant, salami, salumeria, sea urchin, sous chef, South End, Spanish, stuzzichini, tapas, Toro, tripe, Trippa alla Collinsville, tuna Comments Off on Find The Salami
God Save The Spleen
Pork spleen In health as well as in gastronomic circles, the spleen is underappreciated and underutilized, often overlooked because no one is really sure what it does. The dark red organ gets its color from being the body’s blood recycling … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged Amelia Posada, blood, Erika Nakamura, Fergus Henderson, gefilte milts, Lindy and Grundy, melt, milzsuppe, offal, organ, pig, pork, spleen, vastedda 5 Comments
The Ukraine Girls Really Knock Me Out
Roxolana Restaurant Pasadena, California (CLOSED) Historically Roxelana was a woman of Ukrainian ancestry who rose from status as a harem slave to Sultan Suleiman I (one of the most powerful sultans of the Ottoman Empire) to becoming his wife and … Continue reading
Posted in Ukraine Tagged Alex Balinsky, borsch, borscht, CA, California, caviar, Chardonnay, dumplings, egg, fat, grilled, Hermitage, hog, Igor Zagorodnyy, Kiev, Lucien Olivier, mayonnaise, Moscow, mushroom, olives, Olivier 1904, pampushkas, paprika, Pasadena, pig, potato, Restaurant, Roxelana, Roxolana, salo, shrimp, sturgeon, Sultan Suleiman, Ukraine, Ukrainian, vareniki Comments Off on The Ukraine Girls Really Knock Me Out
Little Bit O’ Soul
Ernie’s Restaurtant Charleston, South Carolina One of the areas lacking in my culinary repertoire is soul food – I have only on occasion enjoyed the basic, hearty, home-cooked food that truly makes you feel good. Soul food for me is … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Charleston, Ernie's, fried chicken, lima beans, neck, pig, pork, rice, SC, soul food, South Carolina, sweet tea, tail, turkey necks Comments Off on Little Bit O’ Soul