HISTORY This recipe is one from the Madawaska Historial Society's REUNION FAMILIES' FAVORITE RECIPES. Copies of the cookbook may be ordered directly from the Historical Society, Madawaska, Maine 04756. This recipe is a 1985 Bicentennial Families recipe which comes from Alice Lagasse Chasse. 
  • 1 beef tongue
  • onion (medium)
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • water to cover meat
PREPARATION Wash tongue well and pat dry. Place in a cooking pan and cover with water. Add onion and seasoning. Cook slowly over a medium heat; simmer until tender and the liquid has diminished. Remove from pan and peel off the outer layer of skin and discard. Return to cooking pan and keep warm on a very low fire. When ready to serve, slice and place on a tray; decorate with parsley or other greenery. This can also be served cold at a buffet.

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