An Interesting Food History Blog
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.
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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