I actually really like liver and other offal (tripe, kidneys, brain, etc), but it's a tough sell for my family (I'm the main cook). I can convince them to have it every now and then, but only for dinner, only infrequently, and only if I buy and cook it myself (because I know how to prepare it so they'll eat it).
However, I'd love to have offal a lot more often, once a week at least, which led me to start thinking of paleo-friendly lunch options that include offal, ideally something that I could get as take-out. Does such a thing exist? Anyone have any suggestions?
I figure it has to be ethnic food (which itself is a commentary on the American diet), most likely Asian. Vietnamese pho would have tripe, but would also come with a big portion of noodles. An adventurous taco joint might have tongue (not really offal), but with too many starches. Irish kidney pie would have potatoes. Maybe a liver-and-greens chinese soup? Anyone?