This is a slice of an adrenal gland:
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These glands sit on top of the kidneys, typically under adipose tissue (which can also be seen in both your image and the image I included here). The most identifying feature of the adrenal gland is its clear separation into two parts: the outer "cortex" and inner "medulla", as labeled on the image.
The two parts have different endocrine functions: the cortex primarily produces steroid hormones, like aldosterone and cortisol, whereas the medulla makes catecholamines epinephrine and norepinephrine (also called adrenaline and noradrenaline). I believe the inset in your image is of the medulla.