Many chess openings get their name from a player who invented it and/or played it and/or documented it. Place names are also frequently used, denoting where an opening was first played or became prominent, or perhaps where players who used it were from. Other openings may take their name from some sort of description of style or some other feature of the opening.
The Fried Liver Attack doesn't seem to follow any of these patterns. Where does the name come from?