Turns out he wasn’t just being tongue-in-cheek about this dish. It is something his Grandmother prepared for him ever since he was a small child. And he protests, “It’s the ultimate delicacy in Jewish culture.”
I know, I know, everyone’s tongue’s a-wagging and you want to know how to prepare…wait for it…eww, beef tongue. Here it is:
Slowly boil the beef tongue and add garlic and cloves. When it’s really tender, remove the skin of the tongue. Slice the tongue into thin slices and serve on rye bread with Sauer kraut, Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing.
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