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By nitko on September 4, 2011
"Lamb liver is usually regarded as meat surplus or just trash. But whoever tries lamb liver will change this unjust bias. (You can try this meal with pork or veal liver, but it is not so good). This is very simple BBQ recipe."
Prep Time: 1 hrs
Total Time: 1 hrs 20 mins
By NorthwestGal on June 19, 2011
"I originally found this on the About.com website, but I've seen it on many sites that feature traditional Swiss recipes. Traditionally, the recipe calls for veal veal kidney, but pork loin and chicken can be used in place of veal. It's usually served with Swiss Rosti (hash brown potatoes) and paired with a Swiss white wine or Pinot grigio."
Ingredients: clarified butter, dry white wine...
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 35 mins
By Mamie37 on May 1, 2010
By Oolala on March 29, 2010
By Halcyon Eve on May 28, 2008
"From a book of British cookery. I would think you could substitute more mushrooms for the kidneys if, like me, you dislike kidneys. The original recipe used homemade puff pastry (another recipe in the same book, Rough Puff Pastry), but it's simpler to buy frozen puff pastry. Just remember that puff pastry is not the same thing as filo/phyllo dough...."
Ingredients: cream, fresh ground black pepper...
Prep Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 45 mins
By papergoddess on March 7, 2008
By French Tart on November 5, 2007
"A delicious & heady combination of good red wine, prime beef, smoked bacon, dried orange, shallots, garlic & cepes - dried forest mushrooms! A traditional French recipe with a twist - cook it in the crock pot for ease and convenience. Wonderful in the depths of winter, but equally lovely with crisp salads,crusty bread & baked potatoes during..."
Prep Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
Total Time: 25 hrs 30 mins
By Julesong on September 27, 2007
By kolibri on March 16, 2006
By William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin on November 29, 2005