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Mad Cook 06-03-2014 08:39 AM

An Interesting Food History Blog

cave76 06-03-2014 01:21 PM

Here is the clickable link:

British Food: A History | British food in all its glory, bizarreness and sometimes grossness. This is also the sister-blog to my other project, Neil Cooks Grigson

I saw that sweetbreads were mentioned at that site. I LOVE sweetbreads and had almost forgotten that I love them.

I never see them in the markets anymore (U.S.) but I'll have to ask at the good butcher shop here.

They're so easy to prepare, so quick and so good.

Whiskadoodle 06-03-2014 06:15 PM

O my. It has muggerty pie.

'Muggety pie was popular in the West Country, particularly in Gloucestershire and Cornwall, “all jelly soft it was…it was the jelly gravy was the best part – some did put taters and a turnip and sech, but ‘twas best plain, and good cold,” told old farm-hand."

I'll pass. Bookmarked for further interesting reading.

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