ox heart

ox heart

a very large heart, due to chronic hypertension or, more often, to aortic valve disease, especially regurgitation.
Synonym(s): bucardia, cor bovinum

ox heart

(oks hahrt)
A very large heart, due to chronic hypertension or, aortic valve disease.
Synonym(s): cor bovinum.
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Among the dishes that go out are Stephen's take on fish and chips, salted cod, yeast puree, puffed potatoes with grated ox heart and pickled onion rings.
They serve dinner in the evening -- I went recently and had ox heart, oxtail stew and beautiful sprouting broccoli.
None of the Robshaws looked too chuffed with the roasted ox heart either - but that's rationing for you.
None of the Robshaws looked too chuffed with the roasted ox heart in the 1940s - but that's rationing for you.
None of the Robshaws look too chuffed with the roasted ox heart either - but that's rationing for you.
Now they're back, trying out Yuletide of the recent past, starting with the 1940s-60s, a time of ox heart, tinned peaches and a chocolate smoking set.
The fruit is in the shape of an ox heart, excellent for salad because it is tasty and fleshy.
Everything and anything but her favourite is ox heart and spare ribs.
There was ox heart and God knows what else in there - we were joking about chicken pancreas but I wouldn't be surprised.
Lamb's kidneys can be quickly grilled or pan-fried for a speedy mid-week supper, ox heart can be stewed for great depth of flavour and sauteed lamb's tongue dishes have become very fashionable in some Michelin-starred restaurants.