Chefs aim to put headcheese back on the menu

04/29/2012 | Toronto Star, The

Shifting culinary trends and perhaps the unfortunate name may go a long way toward explaining the demise of headcheese on many restaurant menus, but some Canadian chefs are working to bring back the former delicacy, which got its moniker from the fact that it's made from the meat found in a pig's head. "It’s really sumptuous meat," says chef Geoff Hopgood.

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