Offal often gets a bad rap for being the odds and ends of animals that no one wants to eat. The term, used more frequently in British English, refers to non-muscle parts of a butchered animal. It covers all sorts of tasty bits like intestine, liver, kidneys, feet, head, brain, tongue, and more. And we'll admit, these aren't exactly the sexiest of ingredients. But these days, thanks to inventive chefs and a rising interest in culinary adventure, offal's... More >>>