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The Offal-Eater’s Handbook


Eater editor, Robert Sietsema, published a two-part series to demystify offals and share how they are cherished around the world. The variety of offals featured range from pig intestines commonly served as Bung Stir Fry or Dinuguan a Filipino stew with cheeks and ears.


Click here for the first part of the series defining offals and click here for the second part explaining where to eat offals around the world.