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Carnivallette of Marrow

December 31, 2007 am31 4:13 am

A carnivallette of bone marrow recipe and dishes blog posts from the last few months.

Pork Osso BucoPork “ossobucco” from the Reluctant Gourmet, left.

Bone Marrow, St. John, from Eating with Jack (an elegant dish, right).

How do you like bone marrow? A discussion from just a week ago on ChowHound (listed under my NY links) and a NY marrow recommendation from a few weeks earlier.

An English roast bone marrow and parsley salad recipe from Married with dinner.

Bone marrow dumplings from KQED Bay Area Bites (sort of their chowhound?). It’s the last in the list of 2007’s top meat dishes.

Bone pileLee Anne Wong includes NY’s Blue Ribbon and its bone marrow marmalade on her top 10 (#8).

The Hawaiian blog, onokinegrindz, visited London and took a wonderful photo of roasted marrow bones.

And then there’s me (soup bones above left), Fred (cabbage soup), and Spamwise (roasted bone, at the Beacon in NY, right).

Fred wraps it up neatly in his Chronicle of Bone Marrow.

(ps, there’s a ton more out there. This site has medieval recipes for marrow pies (“sluberkens” in some form of Dutch) and marrow-stuffed quinces. Tip of the iceberg.)

3 Comments leave one →
  1. jackiemiddleton permalink
    January 6, 2008 am31 9:11 am 9:11 am

    Its interesting how a trend can appear, across the globe so quickly, In Australia we are really interested in old time favourites at the moment and the concept of not wasting any parts of the animals, so marrow fits both categories.
    Thanks for the Link!
    Jack

  2. January 6, 2008 pm31 10:34 pm 10:34 pm

    Nobody talks about it! But it’s such good stuff.

    Plus, the stuff may have had a role in our evolution as a species.

    Hand tools cracked bones that scavengers had already been over, providing more protein than otherwise available…

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