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Faggots and Peas - a British classic

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Published on Jun 15, 2016

Traditional British faggots and peas. The name 'faggot' comes from old English word for a bundle of something. In this case, a bundle of pork and offal. Traditionally, the offal would be a pigs pluck - its heart, liver and lungs. And it would be wrapped in a lacy, fatty membrane called caul fat. Both of these can be hard to get hold of, so in this simplified recipe I do without the caul fat, and use pork liver instead of the pigs pluck. They are very tasty.

The written/printable recipe is here: http://www.keefcooks.com/how-to-make-...

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