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    Bigbazza Guest

    Default A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))

    A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))

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    Calf's Head Soup Recipe

    Created by cooking,
    Friday, 08 February 2008

    Calf's Head Soup Ingredients

    Methods/steps

    Have the butcher remove the eyes, jawbone and teeth from the calf's head and
    crush the bones. Cover with water, in which place an onion stuck with six
    cloves, and add a few (3) allspice berries and the tongue. Boil until the
    meat drops from the bones. Blanch the brains and parboil in the stock. Cut
    the tongue and brains into small dice. Mash the yolks of two hard-boiled
    eggs smooth with two tablespoons of flour and one tablespoon of butter; cut
    the whites of the two eggs into small dice. Boil down the stock to one-half
    the original quantity. Just before serving, add the meat, tongue, brains,
    whites of eggs and yolks thickening; season highly, and add a wineglass of
    sherry




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    cybercat Guest

    Default Re: A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))


    "Bigbazza" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))
    >


    Sounds like something popular in the 1890s-1910s.



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    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))

    Bigbazza wrote:
    > A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))
    >
    > Bigbazza Oz
    >
    >
    > http://www.kitchencookingrecipes.com...head-soup.html
    >
    > Calf's Head Soup Recipe
    >
    > Created by cooking,
    > Friday, 08 February 2008
    >
    > Calf's Head Soup Ingredients
    >
    > Methods/steps
    >
    > Have the butcher remove the eyes, jawbone and teeth from the calf's head
    > and crush the bones. Cover with water, in which place an onion stuck
    > with six cloves, and add a few (3) allspice berries and the tongue.
    > Boil until the meat drops from the bones. Blanch the brains and parboil
    > in the stock. Cut the tongue and brains into small dice. Mash the
    > yolks of two hard-boiled eggs smooth with two tablespoons of flour and
    > one tablespoon of butter; cut the whites of the two eggs into small
    > dice. Boil down the stock to one-half the original quantity. Just
    > before serving, add the meat, tongue, brains, whites of eggs and yolks
    > thickening; season highly, and add a wineglass of sherry
    >
    >
    >

    But Barry, I am sure people ate, and still eat (although usually
    less overtly) the whole beast in every other country too.

    --
    Jean B.

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    Gloria P Guest

    Default Re: A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))

    Bigbazza wrote:
    > A Yummy American Recipe for you... :-))
    >
    > Bigbazza Oz
    >
    >
    > http://www.kitchencookingrecipes.com...head-soup.html
    >
    > Calf's Head Soup Recipe
    >
    > Created by cooking,
    > Friday, 08 February 2008
    >
    > Calf's Head Soup Ingredients
    >
    > Methods/steps
    >




    That sounds like a very ancient recipe, Barry.
    I've never heard of it and I have been around
    for a long time and have eaten all over the U.S.

    It also sounds nasty.

    gloria p

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