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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Rogers Company Pickled Lambs Tongue


I have received many calls from folks looking for pickled lambs tongue. Unfortunately the Rogers Company appears to have been the last to make it commercially. The Rogers Company went out of business about 5 years back and it appears pickled lambs tongue might be lost to pickled food history. I have been unable to find another company that produces pickled lambs tongue and I have been searching for several years.

If anyone knows of a company that currently produces pickled lambs tongue I would love to have it available for my customers. Please email me at info@longlakefoods.com with any tips, tips leading to the procurement and sales of pickled lambs tongue will be rewarded with a jar of pickled food of your choice.

25 comments:

  1. Add me to the list of folks that would buy them if you made them.

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  2. We'll buy the next jar! Have been hunting for them for years! Surely there's a farmer out there looking for a new income producing item.

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  3. Yup, add me to this strange desire as well! I'd pay serious money for a custom batch if that is available. If you know where these could be found please email me at wilsonr03057@yahoo.com.

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  4. Does your company have any plans to produce pickled lambs' tongues? I will refer many potential buyers to your site if you do!!!

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  5. I too miss this delicious tasty morsel. Rogers pickled lambs tongue was awesome. If anyone sells them I too will order my fair share.

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  6. I see pigs ears, feet, chicken feet etrc. what happens to the lambs tongues ? They go somewhere. Lets all search and post here so you guys can produce the pickled version. I'm sure you can make some $$$. I suppose we will see China seling them to Wal-Mart soon. Ken

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  7. I would gladly buy them as well. That's one food I really miss.

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  8. Having been looking for them for years, had not realized Rogers went out of business. I guess that means if I find a jar it's at least 5 years old. Someone needs to make these!!!

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  9. I used to love these too and also have been searching....too bad they had to go under. So tasty and tender....I miss it a lot!

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  10. I miss Rogers pickled lambs tounge. I have enjoyed them since I was a kid. My father turned me on to them. Tenderest meat I've ever had. Please, someone, Long Lake, anyone, make them.

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  11. I miss Lambs tounge, my grandparents always had a jar at the house. I would split one in half and put it on bread...I could eat the whole jar!...all the good things go away..;[

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  12. I would love to buy some too if someone would make them.I grew up on them(born and raised on the east coast) and I miss them a LOT. I wish they would bring these back. I could eat a whole jar myself lol.

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  13. I remember in grade school bringing pickled lambs tongue to school in my lunchbox.

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  14. Here is a link with a homemade pickled lambs tongue recipe
    http://www.ehow.com/how_7807669_can-pickled-lambs-tongues.html
    For a great brine use sugar, sea salt,melt in water brought to boil,Remove the pot from the heat and add fresh bay leaf, cinnamon stick, cardamom pods and cumin. Cool the brine solution to room temperature.
    Read more: How to Brine Lamb | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_8698496_brine-lamb.html#ixzz1qJnq0dxa

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  15. Here you go folks....

    www.dietrichsmeats.com

    Just check out the Pennsylvania Dutch specialties section of their website. All kinds of fantastic pickled treats including lambs tongue. This is one of my favorite food stops. Enjoy!

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    1. You are my hero, Freddie! Thanks for the info! I've been searching for years for them.

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  16. http://davescupboard.blogspot.com/2009/10/pickled-lambs-tongues.html

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  17. I have recently made my first batch of pickled lamb tongues, and they were excellent! Just as I remembered them as a child in RI. I have thought of marketing lamb tongues, but I'm not sure if the market demand would justify the business. Any thoughts?

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  18. Yeah! The lamb tongue,where O where is the tongue?? Bought them all the time,and then,Poof,gone.

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  19. Renningers in Pa. They have the lamb tongue! I don't see a mail service though.

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