calves' liver

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liver of a calf used as meat


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We were in the pink with our main courses - Winnie's supreme of duck, pink to perfection and melt-in-the-mouth tender, as was my griddled calves' liver.
Cilia, who we'll see on the programme cooking pan-fried calves' liver with organic bacon and a side dish of shredded cabbage, stresses: "I still love offal.
I had chargrilled calves' liver and bacon served in a rich port gravy on a bed of Cheddar mash (pounds 8.
High animal welfare is at the heart of our business, which is why we have taken the lead on banning white veal and calves' liver from our stores," said Marks & Spencer director of food Steven Esom.
50 or chargrilled calves' liver, free-range bacon and mashed potato at pounds 15.
And Tony was impressed with his saute of calves' liver with shallots and bacon, which he also said were tastily prepared.
Gerson also used freshly prepared raw calves' liver juice, to help overcome the damage caused by pesticides to the patient's liver.
Lynn enjoyed pink, succulent calves' liver with Parmentier potatoes, savoy cabbage and pancetta, a standard dish served in a standard, unfussy fashion.
The same number don't think shin of beef is a real cut, and 10 per cent think calves' liver doesn't exist.
She loved sliced foie gras, eggs Suzette, steamed trout, calves' liver, and lots of fresh pasta.
A smartly done up country pub whose menu features bistro-style favourites, from calves' liver and bacon or saffron seafood risotto, to the homespun comforts of steak and kidney pie.