Black Pudding

Feb 12

Kishka (Polish Blood Sausage)

Kishka (Polish Blood Sausage)

“A cook turns a sausage, big with blood and fat, over a scorching blaze, without a pause to broil it quick” a quote from Homer’s Odyssey was most likely referencing a blood sausage (Kishka) such as pictured to the left is of Slavic origin and literally means “gut” or “intestine”. Traditionally blood sausage is found …

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Jan 26

Chicken Ballotine number 2

After the first attempt at preparing a de-boned chicken, I tried again with a 6lb Capon that I had in the freezer from after Christmas. I also had some left over ‘Black Pudding’ (actually it was kiszka), from our Burn’s Supper at the weekend, that I used to make the stuffing. I was confident from …

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