Animals / Meat / Meat Products

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Oxford Companion to Food

Oxford Companion to Food

By Alan Davidson

Published 2014

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aardvark; agouti; andouille, andouillette; antelope; armadillo; bacon; badger; Bath chap; beaver; beef (including beef cookery); beefeater; biltong; bison; blood; blood sausages; bone; bone marrow; brains; brawn; bresaola; buck; buffalo; Bündnerfleisch (or Bindenfleisch); bushmeat; bushpig; camel; cane rat; capybara; caribou; cats; cattle; caul; cervelas; cervelat; charcuterie; chateaubriand; cheeks; chipolata; chitterlings; chop; connective tissue; coppa; corned beef; crackling; crépinette; culatello; cutlet; deer; dog; dormouse; dripping; drisheen; ears; eland; elephant; elk; eyes; faggot; fat-tailed sheep; feet; foie gras; frankfurter; game; gammon; gelatin; giraffe; goat (and kid); guinea pig; haggis; ham; hare; haslet; head; heart; hedgehog; hippopotamus; horsemeat; hough; jerky; kangaroo; kidneys; kinkajou; Lachsschinken; lamb; lard; lion; liver; llama; lungs; meat; meat extracts; merguez; mince; monkey; moose; mortadella; muntjac; musk; musk ox; muskrat; mutton; muzzle; neck; offal; opossum; oxtail; paca; palate; pancetta; Parma ham; pastrami; peccary; pemmican; pig; pluck; polony; porcupine; pork; prairie dog; pronghorn; puma; qawarma; rabbit; raccoon; rat; reindeer; rhinoceros; rillette; rock rabbit; saddle; salt beef; salt pork; sausage (including sausages of Britain, of France, of Germany, of Italy, of Spain and Portugal); serrano ham; sheep; skunk; spam; spiced beef; spleen; steak; stomach; sucking pigs; suet; sweetbreads; tails; tapir; tenderizers; testicles; tongue; tripe; udder; veal; venison; viscacha; warthog; water-buffalo; white pudding; wild boar; wildebeest; woodchuck; yak; zampone; zebra; zebu.