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Unread 12-08-2012, 07:09 PM   #16
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Hell I'd eat some! Sounds good!! Around here we mix up squirrel brains and eggs
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I want some, I love it. Pazole is also good
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Hell I'd eat some! Sounds good!! Around here we mix up squirrel brains and eggs
TASTEE treat when done right!brains and eggs that is.
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Never had squirrel brains, but I've had cow, goat, and sheep brains. When mixed up with eggs............they are some good eats!
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Never had squirrel brains, but I've had cow, goat, and sheep brains. When mixed up with eggs............they are some good eats!
WTF?! WTF?! WTF?!?!????

Edit; to clarify, I eat tripe, tongue, and all kinda other stuff people find odd but never had a hankerin for brains and eggs! Perhaps I don't drink enough with with the right folks!
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That's how we roll in Mississippi!!
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Just how many squirrel brains do you need to make a meal?
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I'd eat it, the brains and the menudo, but for the record, we don't all roll like that in Mississippi.

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looooong ago i used to eat it in hawaii as a fix for hangovers.
then someone told me what it was made of.
wife loves the stuff.
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Just close your eyes! Why not chorizo though? Not much different than all the ground up mystery stuff they put in hot dogs. Just has the color and chile in it.
Menudo is the "Hang Over" cure of all cures! I think it was an original commandment. Thou shall eat Menudo!
No real Chorizo cause its made from the part of the pig that smiles at ya. You know, the inside of its mouth. I know I know. Take a shot for me, then repeat till you understand. I wish I could eat it but I cant.
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No real Chorizo cause its made from the part of the pig that smiles at ya. You know, the inside of its mouth. I know I know. Take a shot for me, then repeat till you understand. I wish I could eat it but I cant.
I see. Around here this stuff is iconic in terms of chorizo. I'm positive it's made with many "other" parts that are nowhere near the mouth! LOL! It's used for breakfast with eggs and is really good. Super salty and greasy and not healthy at all. It's basically red mush in a casing. I use it for things like chili as the fat base and it adds flavor and color. I use it as the fat base in discada too.
The mom and pop shops make their own versions of chorizo. They use mostly butts, etc and toss in a good bit of pork fat. I'm sure they mix in some beef etc into it.
Homemade chorizo using pork butt, is good stuff!
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Great cure for hangovers but all the menudo I've eaten has had a funky rubbery texture. Not for me unless you can get rid of the rubber funk.
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Great cure for hangovers but all the menudo I've eaten has had a funky rubbery texture. Not for me unless you can get rid of the rubber funk.
The key would be in the boil. I just NOW, shut it down. It's been simmering since about the time I posted the thread. It takes hours to break the tripe down. If you get it at a restaurant, dont' go too early in the morning. At that point, most places have just gotten it going. Later in the morning means they've had it simmering longer and the texture will be better.

I'm beat! Menudo in the AM tomorrow! By the way, the house smells GREAT!

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I hate "rubber band" soup but I love to drink the broth!
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Have you ever tried it using a crockpot? That's how I do it.
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