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1st May 2012

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Sorry it’s been radio silence here in Tumblr-land.  Lately I’ve been more of a Facebooker, I’ll admit it.

However, I wanted to let you all know about this lovely book by Jennifer McLagan called Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal (read an excerpt here).  Patrik of PaleolithicDiet.com is running a little contest that I’m trying to be a winner of (to receive a copy of said book), and all I have to do is tell you what recipe I’d cook out of the book (and tweet about it as well).  

It’s a tough call, but I think I’d go with “Wild Boar Shanks with Cranberries & Chocolate” because…honestly, it doesn’t sound scary AND it sounds yummy (hopefully it’s also an easy recipe, as I’ve been a lazy cook as of late).  “Headcheese for the Unconvinced” is running a close second, however, because what IS headcheese, anyway, and yes, I’m unconvinced, LOL.  Anyway, check out the book and PaleolithicDiet.com, won’t you?

P.S.: I already own McLagan’s Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient and Bones, so getting this book will complete my Offal Trifecta!  Fingers crossed!

Sorry it’s been radio silence here in Tumblr-land. Lately I’ve been more of a Facebooker, I’ll admit it.

However, I wanted to let you all know about this lovely book by Jennifer McLagan called Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal (read an excerpt here). Patrik of PaleolithicDiet.com is running a little contest that I’m trying to be a winner of (to receive a copy of said book), and all I have to do is tell you what recipe I’d cook out of the book (and tweet about it as well).

It’s a tough call, but I think I’d go with “Wild Boar Shanks with Cranberries & Chocolate” because…honestly, it doesn’t sound scary AND it sounds yummy (hopefully it’s also an easy recipe, as I’ve been a lazy cook as of late). “Headcheese for the Unconvinced” is running a close second, however, because what IS headcheese, anyway, and yes, I’m unconvinced, LOL. Anyway, check out the book and PaleolithicDiet.com, won’t you?

P.S.: I already own McLagan’s Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient and Bones, so getting this book will complete my Offal Trifecta! Fingers crossed!

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