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    How do you eat your marrow?

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    As a topping for the steak is my favourite. What about you?
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    My grandma recently gave me her first cookbook. It has a recipe for an appetizer called "liver and marrow balls".
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    I'm in the spoon/sucking it out of the bone camp. Last time I boiled the bones afterward to extract what wouldn't come out.

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    I really didn't care for it. Maybe I'm doing it wrong? And I just ate some weird salty gelatin that came with the pate, did not like that either but slurped it down b/c I now I think I should get more bone/broth/gelatin. Constantly refining and improving this diet gets very confusing.

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    Scoop it out and eat each bite with a clove of roasted garlic.

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    Stewed, with the bodies of fallen useless senior citizens.
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    I don't really like it plain (yet), so I throw the marrow bones in with beef stew in the crock pot. It makes a lovely rich sauce for the beef stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Caveman View Post
    Stewed, with the bodies of fallen useless senior citizens.
    Define, 'senior'
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