March 14th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015



Every Little bit was used..  a lovely comment came on the blog, thank you for taking the time to write me, I have been loving the comments from all the regulars and from new folk 🙂

as an elderly person and a wartime baby, i am loving your blog, my last meal will hopefully be cow tongue. we ate lots because those were the parts that were given to us free.

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So it seemed a good idea to share my favorite way to eat tongue- I like to brine the meat, turning it into corned beef,

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But we have also eaten a number of other scrapes that make excellent meals


Chicken heart stew was yum


Chicken Liver with curry stew


Duck Blood Soup recipe, trust me, this is one of the best blood recipes

Any many more organ recipes are listed for sheep heart, duck lung, and so forth are in the recipe page of the blog

What was your favorite way your family did a organ meat, what was your families least liked way they prepared organ meat.. Do you know that for four years one of my most popular posts on the blog is Rabbit Liver Pate






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6 Responses to March 14th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

  1. Laura says:

    My fave is dressed heart (cow). Mmmm I love organ meats!

  2. ForestFun says:

    My favorite is duck liver påté. A few years ago, I was saving all of our hunted goose livers so I could try a “wild” version but they were lost in a freezer failure. I also really love deer heart, soaked in salt water and flash fried, sliced thin, and eaten on sandwiches.

  3. Susan says:

    Fried moose heart and liver in the fall when Dad or someone in his hunting party got a moose. Heart just thin and crispy. Thinner slices of liver (not easy to slice fresh liver thinly) fried with onion and eaten with mustard. I only ate tongue a couple times, so I can’t really say much about it.

  4. Mindie says:

    Can’t say I enjoy inners but my hubby does LOL Thanks for sharing on the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop!!

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