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(Fox 13 Tampa Bay)   University of Central Florida combines culinary training and med school. Just because you know how to remove someone's liver doesn't mean you know how to cook it with fava beans and a nice Chianti   (fox13news.com) divider line
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2019-05-09 4:35:10 AM  
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2019-05-09 5:04:28 AM  
Thomas Harris wrote a new book. Comes out the 16th. I guess hell might actually be frozen over.
 
2019-05-09 5:43:59 AM  
Next time I cut into a nice, bloody steak, I am going to announce "I will now make the first incision".
 
2019-05-09 6:37:49 AM  
People just want their appendix removed, not julienned.
 
2019-05-09 6:49:51 AM  
The professor:

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2019-05-09 7:36:39 AM  
You wouldn't think so, but it actually takes a little bit of skill to make a decent cold placenta sandwich the day after a birth. You need to use the right tomatoes, the bread needs to be just *slightly* toasted, and you can just fark right off with that Miracle Whip.
 
2019-05-09 8:24:13 AM  
They always go with the Chianti.  How about a Merlot?  The earthy undertones really accent the liver's multilpe levels of flavor.  From the snappy bile ducts to the harmful chemicals temporarily stored in the fatty tissues.  Man, with a good merlot, you can almost taste the remnants of the 'donors' Clonzepam.

And fava beans?  Mac and Cheese.  Slices of that guy named Mac lightly tossed in a cheese sauce.  Reminds me.  I'm almost out of Mac.  (Note to self) "Pick up more Mac at the bus station"
 
2019-05-09 8:26:20 AM  
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2019-05-09 8:27:00 AM  

Harry Freakstorm: They always go with the Chianti.  How about a Merlot?  The earthy undertones really accent the liver's multilpe levels of flavor.  From the snappy bile ducts to the harmful chemicals temporarily stored in the fatty tissues.  Man, with a good merlot, you can almost taste the remnants of the 'donors' Clonzepam.

And fava beans?  Mac and Cheese.  Slices of that guy named Mac lightly tossed in a cheese sauce.  Reminds me.  I'm almost out of Mac.  (Note to self) "Pick up more Mac at the bus station"


Chianti is from the film, in the book the census taker's liver and fava beans was paired with a big Amarone.
 
2019-05-09 12:27:13 PM  
Because you can
Does not mean you should
 
2019-05-09 1:03:33 PM  
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2019-05-09 2:30:52 PM  
IT'S PEOPLE!
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2019-05-10 7:51:50 AM  
In 40 years we won't need any Dr. Now's??.......bout time right.....
 
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