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    Bone marrow, yay or nay?

    Fixed up some bone marrow for my blog this week. Fort Worth is having its first Food & Wine festival this weekend and I wanted to post something foodie.

    I love bone marrow, but a lot of people seem to be turned off by the post. I am thinking it is more that it is something unfamiliar than it is people not liking bone marrow per say. Just curious if most people here eat bone marrow?

    Here is a link to what I posted.
    http://www.dfw.com/2014/03/25/878764...ne-marrow.html

    And here is a couple of picks.








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    a most definite YAY!!! you get very little yield of the 'meat butter' tho so i prefer large bones sawed in half, easier to get every last bit.

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    goddamn right I do, bone marrow, good bread, salsa verde.....

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    Yuppo!!
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    I've never had marrow but I think it's one of those things I'd have to be tricked into eating to see if I liked it or not. Some things I just can't get past what it is, like squid tentacles or chicken livers.....



    It's a beautiful presentation though

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    Really like it, but one of these things where a little bit goes a long way. Very nice plating.

    Stefan

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    Recently made it for New Year's Eve dinner. Fokken yay!
    "Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough." —Mark Twain

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    Heck yes.

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    Yea. A real treat.

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    Big yes....love it on it's own as you have served. Also love it as the parting treat from osso bucco!

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