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I HAVEN'T SEEN ANYONE TALK ABOUT GIZZARDS, MY DAD ASKED ME TO FRY SOME GIZZARD UP ACOUPLE OF YEARS AGO, AND I,VE BEEN DOING EVER SINCE. DOES ANYONE ELSE EAT THEM ?
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I boil them up and feed them to the hound.
When I was a kid my folks tricked me into eating them as a special treat, I would come running to get mr liver and hearts
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I like gizzards either salted, then poached in olive oil in a 200-degree oven for 4-5 hours (they become meltingly tender) or as the meat part of a duck bolongese pasta sauce; like a ragu.
If you are interested, this is my recipe
for a meaty duck pasta sauce; you can use gizzards, legs, thighs, or even breast meat if you want.
I love all of God's creatures, properly prepared.
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