There are two ways to prepare chitlins
--stewed, which is extremely popular, and fried," Shauna Anderson, owner of The Chitlin
Market, tells Grocery Headquarters.
In contrast, Cocoa's nostalgia engages in the active reconstruction of memory suggested by hooks in "The Chitlin
Circuit," allowing her to redefine notions of black female domesticity and to construct the "homeplace" as a "site of resistance.
Maxie: ``I'd like to slip him a chitlin
and watch him choke to death.
Jimi's early musical experiences are also chronicled -- his R&B days in Nashville and touring throughout the country on the Chitlin
Circuit, his musical apprenticeship with Little Richard and the Isley Brothers, and his life-changing time in Greenwich Village.
Equally at home on the chitlin
circuit of the Jim Crow South and in swishy East Coast supper clubs, the ``Queen of the Blues'' was the first African-American female to achieve crossover success with white audiences.
references in his 1997 New Yorker article entitled "The Chitlin
Circuit" are a different branch of theater-making, which produces a different kind of "art" through a different system of public delivery; these enterprises should not be confused with long-term institutional resident theaters rooted in specific communities.