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Old 04-09-2017, 08:47 PM   #1
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Two weeks ago my neighbor called to tell me he was out to eat with his wife and her mother, and he brought me supper in a doggy bag. What he brought was 3 large slabs of fried liver. I called him up and said "you're a funny guy Joe, now I have to find some dog that will eat this."

Every rodent I kill I put in the middle of the front yard, and fox or cats will eat it during the night, or birds during the day. This liver has been out there for two weeks and nothing will touch it. I'm going to move them to the rear yard and see if it will keep the deer away.
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Would YOU eat liver if you didn't have to??? YUCH!!!
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Chicken livers are a delicacy.
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When I was a kid, my Dad, whose mother was from the Saar region in SW Germany near Bayern (Bavaria), tricked me into eating BraunSchweiger said 'all that means in German is 'brown sausage'.

O-K sounds allright to me. Never gave a thought to what made the stuff brown.Years later when I found out it was Leberwurst or LIVER SAUSAGE I about gagged. Never ate it again.

Tom's friend should never have told him what it really was, should have said it was just brown sandwich spread and he would have wolfed it right down
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Chicken livers are a delicacy.
Must run in the FAMILY, LOVE them things, boiled or battered & deep fried, with LOTS of onions
I even puree' them & add it to brown gravy or use it for a chip dip
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Chicken livers are a delicacy.
All our family members line up at the door for my Wife's chicken liver pate..

AND, Fresh calves liver with all the gristle and fat removed, fried a tad well done is absolutely marvelous. With fried onions, I just doesn't get any better.

Marshall must have gotten sick on some bad liver when he was a young Model Ayer..
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Hate the stuff. Mom used to grind it up and put it in chili to get us to eat it - told us it was hamburger. Tasted kinda funny for hamburger but the chili made it semi-palatable.
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I think the more you chew it the bigger it gets.
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When I was a kid, my Dad, whose mother was from the Saar region in SW Germany near Bayern (Bavaria), tricked me into eating BraunSchweiger said 'all that means in German is 'brown sausage'.

O-K sounds allright to me. Never gave a thought to what made the stuff brown.Years later when I found out it was Leberwurst or LIVER SAUSAGE I about gagged. Never ate it again.

Tom's friend should never have told him what it really was, should have said it was just brown sandwich spread and he would have wolfed it right down
I pretty well knew what it was as soon as I saw it, but I took one very tiny bite to be sure. That little bite even messed up my taste buds for 24 hours, because I ate a cantaloupe right after the bite, and told Joe that it didn't taste right, but the other one from the same store two days earlier was great. Well, after a day my taste buds recovered and the rest of the cantaloupe tasted fine.

I am really amazed though that animals won't even eat the liver.
And I did just move it to the back yard to see if it keeps the deer away.
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There is a LOT of difference in liver. Some processors let it hang with the carcass. Inedible!
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I have had "The Best", (fresh dear liver and onions), and it was still AWFUL!!!
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I'm a living lover, not a liver lover.
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Old 04-10-2017, 02:07 AM   #14
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I like it or was forced to like it....what mom cooked dad made sure you ate it all. I've tried chicken livers all over the South. I luv'm!!! As far as mice I have a large black snake in the garage. He doesn't bother me and I don't bother him. I'll snap a photo next time when hes out watching me work on the "A". They also keep the copper heads away which we do not need but have plenty in my parts.
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I'll bet it's been over 20 years since I've seen any kind of snake.

I put 2 mouse traps with peanut butter in front of my Model A garage door and caught over 20 mice since last October. So far no sign of mice inside the garage.
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Tom you will have super mice feeding them livers.
Its full of protein
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Chicken livers are a delicacy.

So are Monkey Brains in some places, still won't eat them...
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So are Monkey Brains in some places, still won't eat them...
and snails and goose liver and fish eggs
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Before and after getting married, I used to take my girl friend/wife out to dinner and I always ordered liver and onions. She never understood that but we have made it 55 years anyway. Jack
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My Mom used to cook beef liver until it was WELL-done and therefore inedible. Much later in life a friend showed how to cook it. You cut it in little finger size strips, roll it in corn meal and drop it in hot grease, flip it once and then put it on a plate (with ketchup in a pile for dipping).

Be quick to get yours, or the kids will have eaten it all by the time you turnoff the stove. LOL
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As POOR folks, in S.E. Oklahoma, we ate ANYTHING we could GROW/HUNT/CAN/OR PRESERVE IN THE SMOKE HOUSE!
BUT, I still SAVOR those types of foods. Squirrel & Dumplings were my FAVORITE!---Crosscut once shipped me 2 Squirrels from Lincoln, Nebraska & I made Grannies' Squirrel & Dumplings!
I cook a lot & consider myself a GOURMET cook. (GOURMET translated means TASTY!)
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I had a kidney disease when I was in the third grade (actually damage due to sulfa drugs). I had to eat liver daily to "build up my iron count".

I'd rather starve.
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Yall think somethings wrong with me ??? My wife buys fresh liver and cooks it with onions and in a gravy , you can cut with a fork . She serves it with those real mashed taters , the kind you have to peel , add some fresh fried Okra . I eat chicken livers too .
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I guess looking at it another way, look how many of us ate Pink Slime the crap they used to make McDonald's burgers out of until they got busted!

Never eat the McD's 'Rib Sandwich' Google it and see what they are made of and how they are processed. Pictures of when they come out white before they color them to look like rib meat. You'll be sure to gag on that one.
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I have had "The Best", (fresh dear liver and onions), and it was still AWFUL!!!

The hearts taste like filet!
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The best way to make them is on your Model A manifold cooker... having a slight leak at the pipe to manifold connection adds so much to the flavor (thumbs up)
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I'll eat "MOST" anything, except for RAW SEAFOOD! REMEMBER, the OCEANS are the WORLDs' SEWERS!
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My mother was German and slightly nuts about food. She'd eat anything that walked crawled or slithered. Yuck the stuff she'd bring home. Few people have ever eaten groundhog, but I have, Not bad. But liver was one of her favorites. (Tongue was another) I learned that it was that or nothing when she had it. So I learned to douse it in Worchestershire sauce, the only way I could get it down! She also loved tongue and would cook them all afternoon. By the time I got home from school, it would smell of tongue as I walked up the road. When I was young, I kind of liked it until I saw a cow licking a new born calf's rump with the tongue. That did it for me!
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I never minded tongue. Hated liver. Pidgeon was good!
My oldest brother would rush the dinner table for the chicken heart, liver and gizard. Jeff
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Love liver and onions, mashed potatoes w/gravy. YUM YUM. Wife won't cook it so it's a delicacy when we go to the diner. FWIW
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You guys can get real excited about food.
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It must be too early. You guys are making my stomach just plain sick with this lovin liver talk. oh, oh, too late.
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This thread is going to outlive that liver. I only expected a comment or two, and the guy that gave it one star was right in doing so. I wouldn't even give liver a one star rating.

We had an inch or two of snow last night, but I'm going to see if the liver is still in the back yard, and I'll look for any deer tracks past the liver.
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Yes tongue is the best part of the cow! Also another great delicacy is head cheese (boiled pigs heads). All great stuff along with liver.

Must be cold outside or people have nothing to do. But this is a great post!
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Before the military later added a fast food, short order junk food line in mess halls, (which naturally immediately caused military obesity and uncontrollable undesirable military pot bellies), the prior WWII era developed master menu had "only" liver as a meat product at quite a few meals.

About 50% of recruits ate liver and spinach during the first week of Basic Training. After double timing out (5) miles one way to the rifle range in full combat gear, plus the early before breakfast morning mile run, and the old time military daily dozen exercises, plus practicing for the the old military PT endurance tests, in about the fourth week, about 95% of military recruits ate liver & spinach, and even came back asking for seconds.

Recorded uniform waist lines had to be written in pencil for waist line changes during 8 weeks of Basic Training; i.e., all fat young guys became slim, and all skinny young guys gained muscles & weight; facial acne even began to clear up after about the third week.

Many today have no idea what former military exercising soldiers ate when hungry .... then there were always a few soldiers who would swap their liver out to load up on anything but liver.
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I had to eat liver when I was a kid because it was cheap and it was what poor people had to eat to survive. I will never eat that crap again. Same for wings, tripe, tongue, or anything that has been sat on. I'm not a vegetarian but any vegetable is better than liver!

And I am very disappointed to hear that Model A people like that crap. I bet you secretly long for a Chevy motor too..... speaking of crap. I don't have to eat any of that stuff. I don't have to have a Chevy motor either.

I just thought I would bend this liver thread into something Model A with a garnish of Chevy Bash on the side.
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Heard of a wise guy years ago who stopped at a restaurant for breakfast while traveling through a rural area.

He asked the humble rural waitress if she had anything on "Special".

She responded that today, they had some freshly sliced cow tongue.

Wise guy said that was so horrible & nasty; plus just "THINK" .... about how you idiots eat what comes out of a nasty cow's mouth.

Waitress smiled & asked what else would you like from our Menu.

Wise guys says "Hmmmmm, how about (2) eggs!"
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I had to eat liver when I was a kid because it was cheap and it was what poor people had to eat to survive. I will never eat that crap again. Same for wings, tripe, tongue, or anything that has been sat on. I'm not a vegetarian but any vegetable is better than liver!

And I am very disappointed to hear that Model A people like that crap. I bet you secretly long for a Chevy motor too..... speaking of crap. I don't have to eat any of that stuff. I don't have to have a Chevy motor either.

I just thought I would bend this liver thread into something Model A with a garnish of Chevy Bash on the side.
I am not a fan of liver, chicken, beef, or whatever. My wife, on the other hand, will order liver anytime it is on the menu.

As far a wings go, whenever I order chicken, it has to be "all wings" or nothing.
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Maybe the Brits on this forum can chime in on Kidney Pie, and the scots can talk about Haggis.

If you want to see more stuff that you won't want to eat, watch Andrew Zimern on the Travel Channel. People around the world eat every part of an animal, they don't waste anything.

Even here in the U. S. Zimern has eaten beaver in Maine, Armadillo in Texas and allegator and turtle in Cajun country. He also ate sea urchins which are the latest delicacy in San Diego.

Me, I'll stick to a nice bowl of Menudo.

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Heard of a wise guy years ago who stopped at a restaurant for breakfast while traveling through a rural area.

He asked the humble rural waitress if she had anything on "Special".

She responded that today, they had some freshly sliced cow tongue.

Wise guy said that was so horrible & nasty; plus just "THINK" .... about how you idiots eat what comes out of a nasty cow's mouth.

Waitress smiled & asked what else would you like from our Menu.

Wise guys says "Hmmmmm, how about (2) eggs!"

Dunno if the story is true but…

The lecturer at an African travelogue was asked what the natives eat. “Well, for the first meal of the day, some consume strips cut from the underside of porcine animals, the unformed embryos of certain birds, and slabs of ground grass seed paste smeared with congealed bovine mammary secretions.”

With the audience gagging, the lecturer continued, “Of course, I’m describing a breakfast of bacon, eggs and buttered toast.”
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Left Germany on a military weekend tour bus in 1980 for a short visit to Paris.

We were warned about bland, fast food cafeterias at each bus stop and advised to walk down the street to a simple local, European sandwich shop.

About (6) of us stopped at this simple, outdoor sandwich shop where I asked the owner to place a piece of warm sausage in a warmed 12" baguette and cut it into six (6) pieces & asked the other (5) to try it.

All (5) others loved it, asked what it was, and each ordered a 12" long sandwich and ate it all.

After they finished eating, just had to tell them it was Boudin Noir.

It is still a vintage delicacy in England, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Quebec, and many countries in Western Europe; and in just a few parts of our States where past European traditions were never discarded.

It was said some time ago in a local cooking class that the husband of the most famous Modern American Chef, (Betty Crocker), tried desperately to skip what she fixed, and tried to to eat out every night. LOL

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