|James McNair's Beef Cookbook|
|by James McNair|
James McNair presents tried and true methods for choosing, preparing and cooking all cuts of beef, including the new leaner beef.
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It's expensive, but ... all meat. Rinse tongue. Place in ... makes excellent "cold cut" sandwiches, fried like "Canadian bacon", or with various sauces.
Place tongue in large pot ... and add a good amount of BBQ sauce. Simmer for a few minutes to heat sauce. Serve. It's great with mashed potatoes. Enjoy!
Put the tongue into a pot ... bring the sauce to the boil, and add the thickener. Slice the tongue fairly thinly, and spoon some sauce over it to serve.
Rinse heart or tongue with cold water. ... PLEASE NOTE: For tongue you must peel off the skin before slicing. When thoroughly chilled skim off any excess fat.
Boil tongue for 1/4 hour; ... over low heat until mixture reduces by about half, or to taste. Taste and adjust seasonings. Serve as a sauce on the side.
Wash fresh tongue and place in ... water, vinegar and sugar. Cook until liquid has evaporated. NOTE: If salted tongues are used, omit salt when boiling.
Place tongue in pot. Add onions and spices. Cover with water. Simmer uncovered for 3 hours. Drain and cool. Remove skin and serve.
Place tongue in a large ... in all. Add gingersnaps, almonds, raisins and lemon cubes. Season with salt and paprika. Pour over sliced tongue. Serve hot.
Boil in salt water 3 hours. Peel hot tongue or trim heart. ... cold solution in refrigerator about a week. Slice and eat. Store in solution in refrigerator.
Put washed and deveined tongue into a large ... boil and simmer 4 to 5 hours Let tongue cool overnight in refrigerator. Slice and use like cold meat cuts.
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