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Ox Tongue
Game and Offal

Tongues can be simply boiled and sliced, but this is now rare. They are more commonly salted, boiled, skinned and pressed with beef jelly into a cylindrical slab to be cut and eaten cold. Historically (as 'neat's tongue') they were pickled, dried and smoked.


Ox Tongue from www.bostonsausage.co.uk




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