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What's for dinner tonight? For me it's my fav...steak and taters...git in my bellay!!!😋🍽️💕

antireligious 5 Sep 15

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How about some delicious creamed liver with a side of okra?

Hmm...I've never had creamed liver. I have tried liver before and me no likey. I wonder if "creamed" makes it taste magical, or does it still taste livery?

@antireligious I just thought it sounded disgusting. I was trying to be ironic. I have actually heard of coating it in heavy cream before sauteeing it in butter. Okra is slimy and I can't eat it.

@barjoe Haha! I wasn't sure of your intent but rolled with it because I do have a meat-heavy diet as I follow a modified version of the carnivore diet, so I was genuinely curious about the "creamed liver". LOL!

@antireligious Beef liver is very good for you. It's pure lean so you need to sautee it in fat. Don't overcook it. Medium rare it'll be delicious. Calves liver. Chicken liver is pretty disgusting because it has to be cooked to 185°F, you could make a pate.

@barjoe Thanks! Yeah, I've tried beef liver and chicken liver and gagged. I take beef liver supplements to get the nutrition benefits without the blaarrgghhhh....😉

@antireligious Beef liver can be eaten rare 135° All parts of the chicken have salmonella and must be cooked to 185°. That turns liver into gritty mess. Yuck.


Does anyone have a good recipe for cheesy potato soup? If not, I will throw a good Thanksgiving recipe into the river...

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