Motsu Nabe (Beef or Pork Offal Cooked in Stock)

It is starting to get cold in Fukuoka, particularly in the early morning and evening. Cold weather, however, is not all bad, as it means hot pot cooking! Fukuoka is famous for a variety of delicacies, but Motsu Nabe (beef or pork offal cooked in stock) is particularly notable. Some assume this dish is smelly or too chewy because it has beef or pork offal, but in reality the dish is entirely innocuous. The meats are very tender and melt in your mouth. Full of collagen, Motsu Nabe is very good for the skin.