Nose-to-tail dining becomes increasingly trendy

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, December 6, 2012 14:21 EDT
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Nose-to-tail dishes turn trendy (via The Christian Science Monitor)

In our increasingly food-obsessed world, we’re always hungry for the next new thing. And yet one growing trend is actually quite old: Nose-to-tail eating, the practice of using as much of the animal as possible, dates back to at least the Middle Ages – more practical times when nothing was wasted…

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