Are you interested in practicing nose-to-tail eating? This post contains over 100 recipes for organ meats/offal, bones (for broths), bony bits (like oxtail, trotters), and gelatin. If you are brand new to eating organs and are intimidated by a plate full of liver and onions, don't worry! There are quite a few recipes with hidden organs, plus many tips on how to sneak organ meats into your diet without even realizing it. But, if you love the flavor of offal, there are plenty of recipes that showcase their unique flavors, too. Enjoy!
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Beef tongue. If you've ever had it, you love it. If you haven't, you are probably grossed out and intimidated by the thought of preparing and eating it. You shouldn't be. It's extremely easy to cook, and one of the most succulent, satisfying meats and it will probably become a new favorite after you taste just how delicious and melt-in-your-mouth tender it is. Read more to learn how to cook this amazing organ meat.