That's a beautiful thing. Marrow is one of the great delicacies and whenever I have it, the word "corpulent" comes to mind.
marrow on toast is one of the best things in the world. nice!
This is one delicacy I've always wanted to try. How were they?
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Looks great Josh!
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I think my dog would enjoy those after I'm done with them...
They go great in soup!
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My wife loves the stuff, but it's too icky for me. She has been known to dig into the ends of the bones on a rack of lamb with the tip of ther knife to get at the marrow in there. Whenever we are in France and it features on the menu in any way, shape or form I know what she will order. Usually it's in a sauce on a steak and her eyes light up when she spots it!
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I would eat it. My Mum would eat those in a heartbeat but, she ate those as a child growing up on a farm.
The marrow is a wonderful treat and is good eating.
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Nice, thanks for sharing the picture too. This looks like something to try.
Also, after looking it up I found, the definition of "corpulent" does not match what I would have thought it meant.
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They make the house smell like a million bucks, too...
I've never cooked with, or even tried, marrow bones... May have to pay my local butcher a visit!
The Mrs. and I Roasted Beef and/or Veal Marrow Bones (sometimes, we ask our butcher to cut the bones cut lengthwise to maximize the amount of marrow), with some toasted french baguettes rubbed with a little garlic paste and olive oil. After roasting the marrow bones...I like to sprinkled them with some truffle salt....Primo!!!
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I'm gonna have to source out some bones. Been a while.
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Toast = Marrow delivery tool. Super cheap too.
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Fergus Henderson approves! I love marrow.... I'm pretty much snout to tail and everything in between... His stuffed lamb hearts would be fun to emulate.