Andrew Mobbs (mobbsy) wrote,
Andrew Mobbs
mobbsy

Mmm... just cooked myself a incredibly tasty (am I allowed to say that about my own cooking?) liver, bacon and onions casserole. (Dredge calves liver with seasoned flour, fry until pink, put aside, fry together bacon and onions, deglazed the pan with brandy, add beef stock, reduce liquid to ½ original volume, add liver and warm through, thicken as necessary, serve topped with crème fraîche with polenta fried in olive oil. Healthy? Er...).

Anyway, as I sat eating dinner, I was thinking back to a Radio 4 Food Programme a couple of weeks ago about offal, and wondering how many people would eat what. Obviously the best way of finding out is a LJ poll.

Poll #597304 Offally nice

Would you eat out of choice

Neat cubes of meat
0(0.0%)
Meat with bones, such that it looks like it might have once been part of an animal
0(0.0%)
Liver
0(0.0%)
Kidney
0(0.0%)
Heart
0(0.0%)
Tripe
0(0.0%)
Testicles
0(0.0%)
Brains
0(0.0%)
Eyeballs
0(0.0%)
Sausage/pudding largely comprised of blood
0(0.0%)
Sausage/pudding largely comprised the entire innards of a sheep stuffed into its stomach
0(0.0%)
Fish
0(0.0%)
A whole fish, head and all (grilled sardines say)
0(0.0%)
Shellfish
0(0.0%)
Snails
0(0.0%)
None of the above, I'm veggie dammit.
3(6.2%)


(You should assume that the foodstuff is properly prepared for consumption, comes from an animal suitable for human consumption, and not going to give you any known disease. However if you tend to avoid stuff because you consider it too high risk of unknown diseases or random food poisoning, leave it unchecked.)
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