sweetbread


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sweetbread

an abattoir expression for calf thymus.

gut sweetbread
pancreas.
true sweetbread
thymus.
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My mum then just dips the sweetbreads in flour and fries them.
Sweetbreads are a chef's favourite offal, and are the most luxurious.
But after die Sure Save supermarket in Hilo agreed to sell the sweetbread in fall 1984, production rose to 800 loaves a week, and by year-end 1985, sales had reach ed $48,000.
Pan fry sweetbreads for four minutes, place risotto on plate.
While still warm, take out the sweetbreads one at a time and remove the membrane by peeling it off.
At another juncture: ``I think lobster and sweetbreads are like the honeymooners in that old show.
and, against my mother's objections, returned with a big bag of sugarcoated sweetbread from the Mexican bakery.
WORK has begun early for the Coventry opening of a new play, Roadmetal, Sweetbread.
There is little in the word sweetbread that implies its true identity.
There is usually a special breakfast on the day with a sweetbread that is shaped like baby Jesus.
Blanch in boiling water for 1 minute, remove any membrane, fat or sinew with a knife and carefully wrap each sweetbread in clingfilm (to make a sausage shape) and refrigerate for 1 hour.