"it tastes like licking a wrought-iron fence" yeah that's why it's great.
My wife hates liver and I tend to cook for the house, so I rarely get to eat it, but in the Before Times, when she'd go on a work trip, hoo boy.
Get some calf or beef liver, put it in a buttermilk marinade, then fry it, serve with pierogies, carmelized onions and fried mushrooms. Leftovers go on a ciabatta roll with provolone and spicy mustard.

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