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Old 08-31-2012, 11:56 AM   #61
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I'm sorry, every time I see the title of this thread, my first thought is, "Throw it away!"
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Old 08-31-2012, 12:35 PM   #62
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That ridiculous part of my personality reared it's head when I saw the thread title. My first thought was "don't mix acetaminophen and alcohol". After that came; "Don't eat death cap, or destroying angel mushrooms. After that came movie lines that I'd heard in the past, such as; "I eat my enemy's liver raw, to obtain his power."

The mind of a writer, or even a wannabe writer is way to fertile and needs to be reigned in.

So, besides liver pate', which I've already submited, what can I add that is helpful? Hmmmm. Don't burn it. It will stink up the house like non-other.

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Old 08-31-2012, 12:49 PM   #63
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How about them hors d'ouvres, ain't they neat;
Little piece of cheese, little piece of meat.

When I have leftover liver (we have a restaurant that makes a great calf's liver, which both husband and I love, but it's always too much), I pull out my 3 or 4 Cajun cookbooks and make a beef version of dirty rice with the leftovers.
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Old 09-02-2012, 01:23 AM   #64
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Dirty rice is one of my guilty pleasure foods, as I could eat it by the quart, and make myself sick on it. I tend to use equal parts liver, to a fresh ground sausage(or andouille), onions, garlic, bell peppers, celery(well, trinity, let's just call it what it is), red pepper flakes, liver sausage, red pepper flakes, rice, and stock. . . cokk and stir, cook and stir, and EAT. I LOVE me some Dirty Rice! Some dirty rice, with a chicken fried steak over it, and some breakfast style sausage gravy is one of my death row meals.
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Dirty rice is one of my guilty pleasure foods, as I could eat it by the quart, and make myself sick on it. I tend to use equal parts liver, to a fresh ground sausage(or andouille), onions, garlic, bell peppers, celery(well, trinity, let's just call it what it is), red pepper flakes, liver sausage, red pepper flakes, rice, and stock. . . cokk and stir, cook and stir, and EAT. I LOVE me some Dirty Rice! Some dirty rice, with a chicken fried steak over it, and some breakfast style sausage gravy is one of my death row meals.
I have a couple of friends who claim to hate liver. But I've gone out with them to Cajun restaurants and they scarf the dirty rice up. My husband and I would just smirk and keep on eating. Can't they even taste the stuff that makes dirty rice, well, dirty?
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