Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Pork' started by crewdawg52, Aug 20, 2007.
Hhmmmm, well......., please post a Q view with the recipe of how you prepare that !!!
Mmmmm, brains, eggs, and buttermilk biscuits.
I really don't think so, but we did have some C-Rations that probably tasted like that would
My dad used to eat pork brains with gravy. I never had the nerve/stomach to try it. I remember one time my mother came home and found a whole pigs head in the fridge (dad got it for the brains). I can't remember everything she said when she opened the fridge door but I do remember dad taking it back to the store
YUK just YUK
Can I have mine smoked with hot sauce on the side?
I know this cat would turn up his nose at it, and then try to bury it!!! LOL
Take care, have fun, and do good!
My Grandpa used to cook calves brains in the head and as I recall they were pretty good. I don't thing as an adult I could bare to eat it without gagging.
I'm also thinking with this mad cow disese it's probably not a good idea.
There's a resturant locally that still offers fried brain sandwiches. Dad used to eat brains when we would butcher. I've tryed them and can take them or leave them. They have to be fried crisp.
if you didn't tell me what it was I think I might try it??? But then if you told me what it was I think I would loose it.
No thanks ,,,too many chops ,,,butts ,,,,loins and pork tenderloins ,,,readily available and cheap ....not to mention sides and babyback ribs
Too many "mad whatever" issues with brain of any sort.
And with Partheimers setting in I need what I have left.
If you eat brain you are crazy.
that is ranked right up there with tongue, liver, chicken gizzards, and hearts in my book. no way jose.
My mother used to fry up pig brains and eat them with eggs...EWWWWW!!!!
my wifey saw the can & looked @ me sideways while polishing the 22" d.o. ..... scrambled gypsy's lack of in the .02 oz can.......
My brain is fried... but I ain't eatin' it!
I tried them like that by accident. Big buffet style brunch. I was eating some scrambled eggs with what I assumed to be sausage in them. Noticed that they were very soft and started wondering... I asked my Mom what it was and simultaneously overheard from an adjacent table "Myrtle, aren't these brains and eggs delicious!" Never tried them since! Yuck!