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Notorious P.I.G. Apr 28, 2013 10:15 PM

Is there any restaurant in Toronto serving Udders? Cow, Goat, sheep, etc? Yakitori? Braised? Fermented in their own milk? Blown up like a giant salsa bowl with the nipples used as salsa bowl legs? Twisted into a balloon animal? The plating options are endless I feel.

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  1. MissBingBing RE: Notorious P.I.G. Apr 29, 2013 04:49 AM

    Udder nonsense.

    1. Delucacheesemonger RE: Notorious P.I.G. Apr 29, 2013 04:55 AM

      Only had them twice as yakitori in Tokyo and grilled in the wilds of Argentina. Have never seen them in north America but they must be used somehow.

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        Notorious P.I.G. RE: Delucacheesemonger Apr 30, 2013 11:34 PM

        Hey deluca! Yeah, I've seen them at a couple yakitori spots in Japan but never here.

        Maybe we'll share a plate in Tokyo at some point!

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          Delucacheesemonger RE: Notorious P.I.G. May 1, 2013 12:57 AM

          Sounds like a plan.

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        warlock RE: Notorious P.I.G. Apr 29, 2013 05:24 AM

        I asume they are part of the "mystery meat" ingredients....

        I have had cow's udders barbecued and curried in India....as well as in Tacos in LA....

        Unfortunately never seen them in the GTA

        1. justxpete RE: Notorious P.I.G. Apr 29, 2013 06:10 AM

          I'm sure it's served with a side of sauteed cow fur, somewhere in the city...

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            1sweetpea RE: justxpete Apr 29, 2013 12:55 PM

            I have not seen them in the GTA, but they were a filling choice for tacos and other tortilla-based items in Mexico on my most recent trip (Chiapas, Oaxaca and Veracruz states). I never tried them, but my husband tried to order them as a memela filling (another masa-based corn item, not dissimilar to thick, handmade tortillas). Unfortunately, they were out of udder. I did ask how they're cooked. I was told that they boil/braise for a long time, then dice it finely. I understand the flavour is bland, but the texture is a bit chewy, say toothsome. We definitely saw udder again as a potential taco filling at more than one stand.

          2. Notorious P.I.G. RE: Notorious P.I.G. Apr 30, 2013 11:35 PM

            Thanks for the replies everyone.

            1. Bobby Wham RE: Notorious P.I.G. May 1, 2013 12:49 PM

              hahah Really? you're craving udders eh

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                Notorious P.I.G. RE: Bobby Wham May 1, 2013 02:00 PM

                I want to consume that which i have not already consumed.

              2. mariecollins RE: Notorious P.I.G. May 1, 2013 05:53 PM

                Perhaps the Argentinian place that does asados?

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