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Old 11-02-2012, 08:54 AM
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We buy slaughtered hogs from a local farmer, and the last one we bought has been gone for a while now. We're down to the neckbones and liver. I don't want to waste any food, but I'm not sure how to cook it in such a way that any of it's edible. Let alone make it tast good. Anybody got any good recipies for pork liver and neckbones?
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We buy slaughtered hogs from a local farmer, and the last one we bought has been gone for a while now. We're down to the neckbones and liver. I don't want to waste any food, but I'm not sure how to cook it in such a way that any of it's edible. Let alone make it tast good. Anybody got any good recipies for pork liver and neckbones?
Look for Shanny in the member's list on here, PM her, she'll be able to help you out. Heckuva cook. She's not on much at all anymore, but she's still there .....
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My MIL always cooked neckbone, potatoes and green beans in a crockpot all day. Not much meat there but will add flavor to the veggies.

No one at my house likes pork liver. LOL Liver and onions when we butchered a beef but the pork liver was always given to the dogs. Sorry.
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I've yet to talk to anyone who likes pork liver. It may just wind up being coyote bait.
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I've yet to talk to anyone who likes pork liver. It may just wind up being coyote bait.
Put it in a bucket out in the sun for three or four days, then go catfishing. They have entirely different tastes ..... Of course, your wife won't let you back in the house for two weeks ....
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Ummm scrapple? I believe it calls for pigs liver...

I do enjoy it if done right...good breakfast meat...
http://davescupboard.blogspot.com/20...e-recipes.html

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