I had an opportunity to listen to Paul this morning when I went to the store. A nice treat.
Do any of you listen to him on any kind of regular basis? I used to, when I was driving a taxicab.
Don't look for more than one post a week by me with Paul Harvey as the subject. It's just that his entreaty this morning was more than I could handle without posting it.
His wife, "Angel", died earlier this year, and Paul's been left on his own as a new bachelor trying to cook. He needs two recipes:
1. Overcooked beef liver ... "Whaat!" you say? Yes, you read right. Evidently he overcooked some beef liver, and wants somehow to be able to 'save' it in edible form. He said he thought he remembered that one of the Campbell's soup can (mushroom?) labels used to have a recipe for that, but he can't find it.
2. Pickled pig's tongue ... Again, I'm not joking. I've been listening to him for many years now, and he sure sounded serious to me!
SO, if any of you gourmet chefs out there have a recipe and/or solution for his dilemma, please send them to 'paulharvey.com'.
I checked and yes, indeed, there is such a website! Among other things, it lists radio stations that carry his broadcasts. You can even listen if you prefer. My goodness!
If you do a Google Search for his name, you will see mentioned a sponsored link for ocular nutrition. Have no idea how valuable this might be. Probably worth a look-see.