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prplhze2000
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So do you actually eat bone marrow?



Reading Moonraker today and they were eating it at The Blades. Ugh.






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REG861
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re: So do you actually eat bone marrow?


are you asking if anyone here has? It's delicious





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Gris Gris
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It's divine.





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lsuwontonwrap
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Spread it on a wedge of toast and thank me later.





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TheRoarRestoredInBR
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re: So do you actually eat bone marrow?


Osso Bucco over steak any day of the week for me!



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Jim Rockford
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jeepfreak
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So do you actually eat bone marrow?








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LSUTygerFan
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re: So do you actually eat bone marrow?


This is how they serve it in San Francisco

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glassman
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That looks amazing.





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tracytiger
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I have eaten it at August. It was amazing.





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LSUTygerFan
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I had never heard of it as an appetizer til this past spring in san fran. it was surprisingly tasty. served with some kind of tomato jam and bread.





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Tortilla Tiger
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Do you like steak? Do you like butter? If yes to both, you're in heaven with this dish.





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Mike da Tigah
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Yeah, every time I make a chicken stock for a gumbo I end up eating marrow which is what makes it taste good in my mouth.







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LSUTygerFan
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and the marrow from the bone when cooking round steak.





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nikinik
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Absolutely!





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bubbz
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I eat it. It is actually very good for you to eat.





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Politiceaux
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Do you like steak? Do you like butter? If yes to both, you're in heaven with this dish.






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JL
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Pappa's steakhouse in houston serves it up to top their steaks if you want it. Their filet with marrow is the best thing i've ever eaten besides boiled crawfish.





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zztop1234
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heck yeah .. NOM NOM





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Rohan2Reed
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I've only eaten it once. At Besh Steakhouse and they served it in the bone. I didn't care for it. Would try it again somewhere else.





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