The eagerly anticipated follow-up to the authoras award-winning Bones and Fat, Odd Bits features over 100 recipes devoted to the arest of the animal, a those under-appreciated but incredibly flavorful and versatile alternative cuts of meat. Weare all familiar with the prime cutsathe beef tenderloin, rack of lamb, and pork chops. But what about kidneys, tripe, liver, belly, cheek, and shank? Odd Bits will not only restore our taste for these cuts, but will also remove the mystery of cooking with offal, so food lovers can approach them as confidently as they would a steak. From the familiar (pork belly), to the novel (cockscomb), to the downright challenging (lamb testicles), Jennifer McLagan provides expert advice and delicious recipes to make these odd bits part of every enthusiastic cookas repertoire.Sumac Encrusied Lamba#39;s Brains Making bread crumbs is easyaand who doesna#39;t have the occasional slice of stale bread? To make fresh bread crumbs, allow bread to dry sllghfly at room temperature, then process it in a food processor toanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Ten Speed Press - 2011-09-13|