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brawn

noun A nonmedical term for muscle, flesh; resolve of will, strength of character.
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Headcheese 1 hog's head with ears and tongue salt and pepper sage sweet marjoram powdered doves Headcheese is usually made of the head, ears and tongue of pork.
To serve: Cut headcheese into 1-inch thick slices On plate, place
headcheese slice, drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with chives On one
Headcheese is frequently the go-to item of choice when one contemplates headmeat.
That's followed by a 27-foot case of sliced-to-order luncheon meats, including many German specialties, like headcheese and blood and tongue loaf.
An ancient British word for offal was "umbles," which today makes an appearance in the expression "to eat humble pie." Classic offal-based British recipes include "brawn," also called "headcheese," a jellied cold mead preparation originally prepared from the organs or wild boar.