- n viscera and trimmings of a butchered animal often considered inedible by humans
- Mindful of meat prices and increasingly adventurous, British diners are returning to offal.
- LLUIS GENE AFP Getty Retail and food experts say that worry over the high cost of prime meat cuts and the economic downturn have more shoppers checking out supermarket offal .
- Where great masses of humanity congregate for their enrichment, enlightenment and pleasure, there always develops a great amount of offal which must be disposed of if their .
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- Fergus Henderson in TIME
It was never a mission to start the offal ball rolling, it just seemed common sense, good eating,says Henderson, whose cookbook Nose to Tail Eating: A Kind of British Cooking was met with rave reviews in 1999.
- Tom Aikens in CatererSearch
We do serve offal in my restaurants, but while I like haggis, it's not something I've served, as some of my customers might not like it,commented celebrity chef Tom Aikens.