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January 27, 2010


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Loved this history lesson. My first real encounter with pig parts was with feijoada while living in Brazil. You were much braver than I, although I really think that I could eat sweetbreads and all that much more easily than ears, feet and tails. Good for you with trying the stomach. It's also a popular dish in Brazil. When served at lunch my husband simply couldn't bring himself to put it in his mouth and I would rate us as pretty adventurous foodies. :)


I LOVE Roman offal cuisine, an art form, my favourite is Rigatoni co' la pajata.

Good on you for trying it, brava!

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