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What is "brawn"?

Answers:
headcheese

Other Answers:
Muscle tissue.

Meat or offal, frequently pickled, cooked, to a soft consistency, covered with aspic (or jelly) and left to cool and press in a mold under a heavy weight. Usually turned out, upside down, before serving.
Source(s):
http://www.cdkitchen.com/features/glossary/word.php?word=Brawn i'm not even gonna lie, brawn is a type of shrimp liek a sea monkey


Brand of industrial food mixers and the like

Brawn
Definition: see head cheese

Head Cheese
Definition: Not a cheese at all, but a sausage made from the meaty bits of the head of a calf or pig (sometimes a sheep or cow) that are seasoned, combined with a gelatinous meat broth and cooked in a mold. When cool, the sausage is unmolded and thinly sliced. It's usually eaten at room temperature. Head cheese can be purchased in delicatessens and many supermarkets. In England this sausage is referred to as BRAWN, and in France it's called fromage de tête--"cheese of head." See also sausage.
Source(s):
http://web.foodnetwork.com/food/web/encyclopedia/termdetail/0,7770,3046,00.html Brawn is a jellied loaf made from the meat and skull contents of a sheep, cow or piggy. If you boil a head, you get a lot of gelatinous goo which will set up when it cools. So if you chop up the head-meat and brainy bits and toss them in the goo, it makes "brawn".

I'll have the salad... Head cheese




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