Makes 48 1-inch balls.
Do remember to scrape away the blood clots, please.
A fine-looking dish? Lies. All lies.
A homey treat, to be served with fine-looking tongue, perhaps.
I am sorry.
All of these recipes can be found in Joy of Cooking, 1985 edition.
More gems from this cookbook can be found here. (Very helpful if you’ve always wanted to know how to prepare muskrat or porcupine.)
Tags: food, Joy of Cooking, recipe
The way my husband and I mostly have always used The Joy of Cooking is as a reference book, although their recipe for the bar cookie, Angel Slices is one of my absolute favorite cookies.
Oh! Now I have to go look in my 3 different copies of Joy of Cooking to see if any of them feature angel slices. I am always up for trying out a new cookie recipe.
OMG! How times have changed…Maybe not for the better – though, calf or lamb head? EEP!
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