Calf’s liver with onions or Bacon, or both, was once a popular dish in American restaurants—though it seems to have pretty much disappeared in recent years—and liver with just the onions appears in numerous traditional cuisines (Italy’s fegato alla veneziana, Catalonia’s fetge amb ceba, the higado encebollado of Columbia and Peru, etc.). In England, Bacon has long been the main accompaniment, with onions playing a minor role, if present at all.
Do you remember having to eat this as a child? I just remember in my house, liver meant BACON! With a huge family and not alot of money, BACON was such a treat! We ate every bite. Why don't you try it again?
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