Monday, October 03, 2005

And so it begins

Now that NTodd has called me out, I'm putting on my game face, bringing it like it aint never been brung, giving it 110% and so on. This is going to be my first entry in the giant Cook-Off that will determine which one of us blogweenies wins the hand of the lovely Caroline.


1 lb pig's liver
2 medium onions
4 oz fat pork
Pinch of thyme
1/2 tsp powdered sage
Pinch of basil
Pinch of nutmeg
Salt and pepper
1 egg
Pig's caul (optional)

Slice the liver, onions and pork thinly.
Put in a saucepan with all seasonings and barely cover with water.
Simmer for 1/2 hour, then strain off the liquid and save for gravy.
Mince the contents of the saucepan finely.

Add the beaten egg and sufficient breadcrumbs to make into a fairly firm mixture, and mix thoroughly. Form into balls (and enclose each one in a piece of caul - if desired.)

Place in a baking tin and add a little gravy.

Bake at 400* until nicely browned - about 30 minutes. Serve with gravy.

If preferred, the mixture can be pressed into a well greased baking tin and marked into squares.

Stolen shamelessly from here.

Okay NTodd. You been served. It's your turn to step up, bring it, do the flippity-floppity, throw down, etc.


scout prime said...

That'll be tough to beat...It's On!

shpx.ohfu said...

Mom: [Yelling upstairs] KIDS!!! DINNER TIME!!

Kids: [running downstairs] What's for dinner?

Mom: Faggots and peas.

Kids: WTF?

Mom: No, really. They're made out of liver, and they look like gravy saturated turds. Dig in!!

Kids: uhh...we're not hungry. Why don't you wrap it up for that potluck dinner at the Roberts' house tomorrow? Mrs. Roberts likes faggots.

Mom: Oh come on!! Remember how you complained about the Spotted Dick? And the bangers and mash? Well, this is just more of that good ol' cooking from England.

Kids: [puking].


Eli said...

Mmm... toad in the hole...

oldwhitelady said...

Um.. I wouldn't be too surprised if Caroline decided to go to KFC with me. Not that I want her hand, or anything, but that meal... ummmm..

Hey TKK - How interesting:)

Oh, by the way, shpx.ohfu's comment had me rolling on the floor!

ntodd said...

Wheeeeeeeeeellllllll, I was thinking of making some ramen noodles, but maybe some Stroganoff ala NTodd would be appropriate.