I guess I started it when I posted a link to Pickled Pigs Feet recipe. Kirk has upped the ante. Go ahead and head over to his blog and read his recipes and links for Nasty Bits. You may need a strong stomach. You’ve been warned.
One of the things that has been quite fun since I started creating and writing recipes, is receiving favorite recipes from others. One night in a Balloon-Juice recipe thread, Kirk Spencer mentioned he was making Squab in a Coffin for dinner. I immediately requested the recipe and from that a beautiful friendship was born. He’s … Continue reading Thursday Recipe Exchange: Squab in a Coffin
So the other day, the question was, what foods can you absolutely not stand? After I stated my long list, I remembered that Kirk Spencer had regaled me with (and of course I shared with you) his recipes for Nasty Bits, all those animal parts you’d never think of eating. I reminded him of all of … Continue reading Speaking of Green Foods…
Originally published on November 3, 2009 The last entry in the To Kill a Mockingbird recipes is one you probably won’t try and one I’m making up as I go along. I wanted to include Pickled Pig Knuckles for one reason only, because the section of the book where this shows up is so touching, … Continue reading Food In Fiction: To Kill a Mockingbird, Pickled Pig Knuckles and Ambrosia
I promised Kirk that if he blogged about testicles in his Ugly Bits series, I would proudly link to it. He actually makes them sound pretty good: Today’s ugly bits are testicles. sigh. Ok, when you get over your giggle/gagging fits I’ll go on. No double entendres, no puns — at least, none intended. The … Continue reading Rocky Mountain Oysters, Pt. 2