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Went to yoga, came home with goat liver

Commented on April 22, 2014
Created April 22, 2014 at 2:01 AM

Score! New yoga studio in Larkspur (20 minutes north of San Francisco) is next to a grass-fed/finished butcher called Belcampo Meat Co. which had lots of great looking meat and offal!! I bought a goat liver and would love suggestions on how to cook it... Dinner at 8!

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on April 22, 2014
at 05:07 PM

Awesome so what time should I come over for dinner?? Ya the crockpot makes cooking offal quite simple...I made some pork tongue as well. Not my favorite but I think it needed more time.

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on April 22, 2014
at 05:01 PM

@desmond Thanks for the ideas and the comment about heart was great b/c I also bought lamb, goat and beef heart, and a leg of goat. I was planning on doing the goat leg in the slow cooker tomorrow.

86c97b2779feab3c330f5e1c5fea7e25

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on April 22, 2014
at 05:07 PM

Awesome so what time should I come over for dinner?? Ya the crockpot makes cooking offal quite simple...I made some pork tongue as well. Not my favorite but I think it needed more time.

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on April 22, 2014
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I guess I missed the dinner deadline but I have recently found lots of offal at a Berkeley farmer's market and just made some chicken liver last night. My try last week was nasty...last night was a success.

Many people make a pate out of it to make it more palatable...this typically is a couple tbspns butter with onion + garlic, med heat, cook liver on each side for about 5 minutes, puree all in food processor then add butter or fat on top and let cool.

I did the first part with onion, garlic, med heat, then just kinda smashed it up in the pan, cooked a couple Hake loins (from Costco, awesome buy) and cracked 3 eggs in there. That's my style of cooking...throw everything in one pan. I used turmeric, garlic powder (I like garlic), sea salt and pepper. I put it on top of some greens and it was all quite tasty.

If you find any heart, it's awesome and easy to cook in a crockpot for ~6-8 hours. I like to make heart tacos. Yum.

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