Anticuchos (singular anticucho, Quechua for kebab) are a popular Peruvian dish consisting of small pieces of grilled skewered meat. The meat may be marinated in vinegar and spices (such as aji pepper and garlic). While anticuchos can be made of any type of meat, the most popular type are made of goat or cow's hearts (anticuchos de corazon, or kebab of heart). Inexpensive carts (anticucheras) selling this dish are popular on the streets of Peru. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anticuchos"
Brain's faggots are a food product available in Britain and Ireland, which are made up of liver and onions rolled into meatballs and served in a sauce. These commercially available faggots differ significantly from the traditional recipe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brain's Faggots"
Chitterlings (often pronounced "CHIT-lins" and sometimes spelled chitlins in common vernacular) are the small intestines of a pig that have been prepared as food. They are considered a type of offal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chitterlings"
Devilled kidneys is Victorian British breakfast dish consisting of lamb's kidneys cooked in a mixture of Worcestershire sauce, mushroom ketchup, English mustard powder, butter, cayenne pepper, salt, and black pepper. ...more on Wikipedia about "Devilled kidneys"
A faggot is a kind of pork meatball, a traditional dish in parts of the UK, especially Wales and the Black Country. It was originally made from unwanted off-cuts of meat (typically a blend of sausage meat and offal, especially liver). ...more on Wikipedia about "Faggot (food)"
Foie gras [fwä grä] ( French for "fat liver") is the fattened liver of a duck or goose that has been overfed. Along with truffles and caviar, foie gras is considered one of the greatest delicacies in the world of French cuisine. It is very rich and buttery, with a delicate flavour unlike regular duck or goose liver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Foie gras"
Giblets are the edible offal of a fowl, typically including the heart, gizzard, liver, and other visceral organs. The term is culinary usage only; zoologists do not refer to the "giblets" of a bird. ...more on Wikipedia about "Giblets" shortopedia Dreamteam.
Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish. Although there are many recipes, it is normally made with the following ingredients: sheep's pluck ( heart, liver, windpipe and lungs), minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock and traditionally boiled in the animal's stomach for several hours. In this state it somewhat resembles other stuffed intestines, otherwise known as sausages, of which it is among the largest types. There are also meat-free recipes specifically for vegetarians which supposedly taste similar to the meat-based recipes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Haggis"
Head cheese is in fact not a cheese, but rather a terrine made of meat taken from the head of a calf or pig (sometimes a sheep or cow) that would not otherwise be considered appealing. It may also include meat from the feet and heart. ...more on Wikipedia about "Head cheese"
Khash is a traditional Armenian dish, originating in the Shirak region. Formerly a nutritious winter food for the rural poor, it is now considered a delicacy, and is enjoyed as a festive winter meal, usually by a company of men. Modern day convention dictates that it should be consumed during the month that has an 'r' in its name, thus excluding May, June, July, and August ( month names in Armenian are derivatives of the Latin names). A similar food is called piti in the vicinity of Kars Province, although piti is also made from feet of other cattle, primarily sheep. Khash remains a purist meal with great parsimony in ingredients. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khash (dish)"
Lamb fries is the name generally given to lamb testicles, otherwise known as lamb "balls," that have been peeled, rolled in cracker meal, fried, and served as food. Lamb fries are often incorrectly confused for Rocky Mountain oysters. Lamb fries are served in many Italian restaurants, particularly in Oklahoma's "little Italy" located in Krebs, Oklahoma. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lamb Fries"
Liver pâté in Danish is known as leverpostej (pronounced leo-po-sty). This is a traditional Danish " pâté" made of liver, usually pork. The liver is formed into a sort of paste to which herbs, salt, pepper and any other desired seasoning is added. It is then put into a loaf pan and baked in an oven. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liver paté"
Livermush (or Liver Mush) is a southern American foodstuff composed of pig liver, head parts, and cornmeal. It is commonly spiced with pepper and sage. Considered a more tolerable version of scrapple, livermush was most likely brought south through the Appalachian mountains by German settlers from Philadelphia. Livermush is colloquially known as poor man's or poor boy's pâté. ...more on Wikipedia about "Livermush"
Offal is the entrails and internal organs of a butchered animal. The word does not refer to a particular list of organs, but includes most internal organs other than muscles or bones. In many parts of the United States these portions of the animal tend to be considered "waste parts", although there are U.S. recipes which include chitterlings, hog maw, etc. The parts that constitute offal vary with time, place and cultural tradition. Many items classified as offal are considered to be delicacies, and command a high price, in many places: tongue, sweetbreads, calf's liver, etc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Offal"
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Rocky Mountain oysters is a name given to a calf or bull testicles when they are served as food. They are usually peeled, coated in flour, pepper and salt, then fried. It is a well-known novelty dish in parts of the American West and the Canadian Prairies where cattle ranching is prevalent. The name is derived from the Rocky Mountains. They are also sometimes known as "Mountain Oysters" or "Prairie Oysters." In Oklahoma, they are sometimes referred to as "Calf Fries," and are called "huevos de toro" (bull's eggs) in Central and South America. Rocky Mountain oysters are sometimes incorrectly associated with Lamb Fries, which are lamb testicles that are served in a manner similar to Rocky Mountain oysters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rocky Mountain oysters"
Scrapple is a cornmeal pudding in which the cornmeal is simmered with pork scraps and trimmings, then cooled and hardened into a loaf. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scrapple"
Sweetbread is the name of a dish made of the thymus or the pancreas of an animal younger than one year old. These animals are usually piglets or calves. However, lambs may also be preferred. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sweetbread"
Tripe is a type of edible offal made from the stomach of various domestic animals. Beef tripe is typically made from the first three of a cattle's four stomachs, the rumen (blanket/flat/smooth tripe), the reticulum (honeycomb and pocket tripe), and the omasum (book/bible/leaf tripe). Abomasum tripe is also seen, but with much less frequency. Sheep and pork tripe are also produced. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tripe"
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