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Old 03-15-2005, 06:44 PM   #11
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I hate beef liver! But, give me a plate of fried chicken livers with mashed potatoes & a thick cream gravy & you better get you hands away from that plate fast or you might wind up missing a finger or 2!
Gotta add bacon to that. Woweeeeeeeeeeeeeeee:!:
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I just coat my chicken livers in seasoned flour & deep fry them until the are golden brown. My grandma on the other hand used to fry hers in bacon grease. Talk about some good eatin'!!
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I LOVE liver and onions! Along with mashed potatoes and peas---YUM! As I have explained to a certain person (are you listening Maidrite?), he just hasn't had it cooked right! But that's ok--more for me!

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I LOVE liver and onions! Along with mashed potatoes and peas---YUM! As I have explained to a certain person (are you listening Maidrite?), he just hasn't had it cooked right! But that's ok--more for me!

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Barbara, I have found that calves liver also makes the difference. Beef liver is tough and strong tasting. When I was pregnant with my daughter, I had the menu you just wrote above about three times a week. A friend of my husbands who owned a restaurant put it on the menu just for me, planning to take it off when she was born. It became so popular he put it back on the menu, and this was a fancy dinner house, not a coffee shop or fast food place.
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Barbara, I have found that calves liver also makes the difference. Beef liver is tough and strong tasting. When I was pregnant with my daughter, I had the menu you just wrote above about three times a week. A friend of my husbands who owned a restaurant put it on the menu just for me, planning to take it off when she was born. It became so popular he put it back on the menu, and this was a fancy dinner house, not a coffee shop or fast food place.
You are right. I only like calves liver, as it is milder.

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Norgeskog, I had fried chicken livers at least 3 times a week when I was pregnant with my daughter. My doc acctually took me off my iron suppliments because my iron level was getting too high!
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DH loves Liver and Onions..I hate Liver but can get Chicken Liver down if it has enough Ketsup on it.

While in N.C. at Camp Lejeune (Marine Base) they have a food court outside the exchange..I bought some Deep Friem Chicken Liver and Gizzereds. Wow! they were so good!
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Many places around here have liver on the menu.
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Norgeskog, I had fried chicken livers at least 3 times a week when I was pregnant with my daughter. My doc acctually took me off my iron suppliments because my iron level was getting too high!
crewsk, that is probably why I started craving liver, because of the iron. Come to think of it, I probably should begin eating it again.
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feeling a little rusty norgesjkog? :)
hey, wait. hasn't it been unusually dry this year?
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