Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Carol Taylor’s – Culinary A – Z Rewind – ‘O’ for Oats, Offal, Octopus, Oranges and Oysters.

Welcome to a repeat of the series from my very first the wonderful Culinary A – Z and a reminder, not only of the amazing variety of food we have available to us today from around the world, but delicious recipes to showcase them.

My thanks go to Sally from Smorgasbord Magazine who is repeating this series…Sally is a star for all the wonderful work she does in promoting blogs and writers to read the original post please click the highlighted link below and it will take to Smorghasbord where you will get a warm welcome from both me and Sally,,, See you there xx

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18 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Carol Taylor’s – Culinary A – Z Rewind – ‘O’ for Oats, Offal, Octopus, Oranges and Oysters.

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Thank you, John I really enjoyed writing and researching the A-Z series and yes squid I can do no problem the octopus I’ll leave to someone else 🙂

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  2. Dorothy's New Vintage Kitchen

    I cooked octopus once after my husband proudly brought it home from the fish market. I don’t think I will again. It was like dealing with a a slippery alien that I had to decapitate, and that was no pleasant task. Then, I had to pop this awful little beak out. Then I had to dunk it in boiling water in which I placed wine corks, added wine to, and said chants over. It cooked for ages, then I grilled it.
    It ended up tasting delicious though.

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      I know offal isn’t everyone’s taste, Marian I was raised on all meats and offal apart from veal I will never eat…Yes offal is nutritious and good for you but it seems to not be as popular as it once was 🙂

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Thank you for sharing, Pete we both appreciate the share…my that is cold wrap-up warm which I am sure you do on your walks with Ollie just be careful you don’t slip if it’s icy xx

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