cowheel

cowheel

(ˈkaʊˌhiːl)
n
(Cookery) the heel of an ox or cow stewed to make a jelly
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They drew the he line at Cowheel, heel of ox or cow stewed el, or d to a jelly.
Presently this gracious hostess is promoting general hilarity and sexuality by her offers of food and wine; red herring and cowheel and onion prove irresistible aphrodisiacs.
I was brought up with the belief that the dirt on the end of cress was the best bit and I still remember the stink of tripe and cowheel, cooked by my granny in the same pan she used to boil the hankies in.
The time when we ate black pudding, cowheel, tripe (do you remember the shop that used to be down near "Woolies"?
Runners-up: Cowheels Car Club, Changing Lives Beamish, the Living Museum of the North, which employs 280 people and has a turnover of PS6.
I have shared many letters with you about fish and chips and mushy peas, tripe and cowheels etc," she writes.
Not-For-Profit Organisation of the Year: Beamish, The Living Museum of the North, County Durham; Cowheels, Durham and Changing Lives, Gateshead.
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Cowheels Car Club, Changing Lives Rich > hard Evans from Beamish BEAMISH, the Living Museum of the North, which employs 280 people and has a turnover of PS6.
Judges have now considered all entries, and in the Not-For-Profit category have shortlisted Beamish, The Living Museum of the North, in County Durham; Cowheels in Durham; and Changing Lives of Gateshead.