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Marrow Bone Butter

Game and Offal

Marrow melted out of bones and beaten to a cream as it sets.

Hartley 1954 suggests this as "excellent for thin nervous children", but it is now more common as a baste for beef steaks.

See also:
The similar:
Clarified Marrow

Marrow Toast
Marrow Toast 'Victoria'
Vegetable Marrow Butter

For other marrow dishes, see: Bone Marrow

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