chitterlings


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A food derived from pigs which is popular in the southern US

chitterlings

cross-sectional rings of the large intestine of the pig; usually deepfried quickly to a crackling, crisp delicacy.
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Seasonal variability persists in black children less 5 years of age, implying that chitterlings may still be the source of infection for individuals in this group (Clin.
It is prudent to determine if consumption and / or preparation of chitterlings or other pork products by the patient or caretakers has occurred.
Volunteer Kenny Ricks describes the preparation process: "We boil the chitterlings all morning, change the water and add seasonings about noon, boil them some more, and then we fry 'em.
My all-time favorite was her chitterlings, a taste that since her passing I will never have again.
he is an ugly brute to be sure, with his chitterlings throat, and his elbows out; but why did not Venus make the hit?
He said: 'They call them tricandilles, we call them chitterlings - fried pigs' intestines.
The meat assortment, meanwhile, comprising about 1,600 SKUs, also includes something for everyone, from the newest convenience items from Tyson and Perdue to ethnic staples like pork chitterlings to specialty items such as single-serve stuffed chickens from Butcher Van Gourmet that sell for $7.
Yersinia infection most often occurs from eating raw or undercooked pork products, such as chitterlings.
9/ Includes tongues, kidneys, livers, stomachs, hearts, chitterlings,
Staging Domesticity provides a map for reading that could illuminate other Renaissance texts as well: Rabelais, for example, whose battle of the chitterlings versus Lent is marvelous "kitchen stuff"; Cervantes, whose hero, like Dekker's apprentice shoemaker Firk, has visions of animated comestibles marching to heroic encounters; European epic in general, which variously represents women's magical potions and promises of bodily cure as challenges to masculine identity and national projects.
This report summarizes the investigation of these cases and underscores the continuing risks for enteric infection among infants exposed to chitterlings (i.