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Liver and Onions!

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Just got back from DC tonight and had Liver, Onions, Asparagus and Potatoes at Old Ebbitts Grill and Tavern. I had never had Liver before but figured this would be a place that could do it well. Was "pretty good." Very rich. I couldn't eat the last few bites. Thought I would feel sick if I did. But it was good, just very rich. Also had some great fried oyster stew. Any Liver fans out there? full-25796-55272-liver.jpg

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My mother fries the best liver n onions. Liver will be soft and moist, onions will be soft and not burnt. She made it at least once a week when I was a kid. She always talked about how great it was and how healthy for you. On and on. I asked her a few years ago to make it and she said she was never frying that garbage again. It grossed her out every time. I had no idea. I like it but I haven't had it in years.

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I love me some liverwurst. Like you said, liver is definitely rich though. I can only eat so much at once.

Fried oyster stew looks interesting. Didn't the oysters get soggy?

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I love me some liverwurst.

Me too. The one I enjoy the most is Nueske's Applewood Smoked Liver Pate. About $4.00 for 10 ounces. I like to put slices on a cracker with some cheddar.

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Back in the day, my daughter the picky eater liked liverwust. My wife called it "terror meat". I like it too, but I read the nutrition label and so eat it rarely.

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When i was a kid my dad and i would cut liverwurst into small pieces and put it in our leftover cereal milk. I haven't done it in years and saying it sounds gross, but i remember it like yesterday and it tasting great.

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When i was a kid my dad and i would cut liverwurst into small pieces and put it in our leftover cereal milk. I haven't done it in years and saying it sounds gross, but i remember it like yesterday and it tasting great.

That is one of the weirdest food combos I've ever heard of! laugh

Was the milk sweet?

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