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    Roasted Bone Marrow and Parsley Salad

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    I was very surprised to see this on Haylie Duff's blog (Hilary Duff's sister). I thought I'd share it for the marrow enthusiasts out there. It suggests serving it with french bread, but you know, do without it.
    Roasted Bone Marrow and Parsley Salad | Real Girl's Kitchen

    "Bones (you can find them at any grocery store or butcher)

    Italian flat leaf parsley, approx 1 cup chopped

    Capers, 1 tbsp

    1 Lemon

    1/2 cup of celery, sliced thin

    2 tbsp of Olive Oil & a pinch of sea salt

    Crusty french bread

    Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Arrange bones on a baking tray, sprinkle with sea salt and bake for 20 minutes. In a mixing bowl…combine olive oil, parsley, lemon, capers, celery and a pinch of sea salt. Layer parsley salad and marrow on a toasted piece of french bread. Yum Yum!"

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    Funny. I feed bone marrow to my dog but never thought of eating it myself. Maybe we'll have to share the bones from the butcher. Thanks for the recipe share!

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    That recipe is very similar to the one in marks book - I like it with fresh lemon and chopped garlic.

    Bone marrow is super nutritious, and it has become a bit "trendy" lately - the price of marrow bones has now tripled here in the San Francisco Bay area. It makes me so mad!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    That recipe is very similar to the one in marks book - I like it with fresh lemon and chopped garlic.

    Bone marrow is super nutritious, and it has become a bit "trendy" lately - the price of marrow bones has now tripled here in the San Francisco Bay area. It makes me so mad!!!
    I got a bag of marrow bones, for my dog, from the butcher. Got about 6 big enough ones for about $20 bucks. Is that expensive. It seemed expensive to me, but he only eats about 1-2 tbsp per day (he's only 13 lbs), but now if I'm going to partake, just want to know if that's a reasonable price.

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    Are they grassfed?
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    Yep.

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    Maybe a tad on the expensive side.

    Grass-fed bones cost me about $8-10 a bag, usually.
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