Tête de veau
Tête de veau (French 'calf's head') or testina di vitello (Italian) is a dish consisting of a calf's head, commonly found in French, Belgian, German, Swiss, and Italian cuisine. In Italy, it is a traditional Christmas food.
Tête de veau may be served whole or boned. When boned, it is rolled and held together with string. It is usually poached, but it may also be roasted. It may be served hot or cold, often with a vinaigrette or ravigote sauce. Cold, it may be served in slices.
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- "La Tête de Veau: A French Delicacy - FrenchCrazy". FrenchCrazy. 2015-01-22. Retrieved 2018-06-27.
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