Last Spring I purchased my first half share of a veal cow from a local raw milk dairy farm. Before I go on, please understand this wasn’t the proverbial veal of the 1980′s – this was responsibly raised veal from a farmer I know and trust. This bulk meat purchase has taught me true ‘nose to tail’ cooking and eating, and has been a delicious experience to say the least. My most recent adventure was with tongue. I figured the best way to get my family to enjoy tongue was to roll it up and fry it! Enter beef tongue flautas, or as you might know them, taquitos. I promise this will be a hit with your family!
Beef Tongue Flautas
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[…] tongue I figured the easiest way to get my family to eat this would be to fry it. My recipe for beef tongue flautas is truly divine and a great way to get folks to try tongue. You do have to think ahead with tongue […]