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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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COUNTRYSIDE: I have been searching for years for a really countryside method of preparing pork chitterlings.
While we isolated a nonpathogenic Yersinia species from chitterling samples, this and other studies (7,10) demonstrate that chitterlings are not infrequently contaminated with enteric bacteria when purchased.
In the stewed version chitterlings are boiled for 45 minutes and the first water is rinsed off and the seasoning is added, and then they are boiled again for two to two and a half hours, or they can be prepared in a pressure cooker and come out fork-tender.
Surtees, feigns surprise at "Nimrod's" observation: "But would you breed from Vulcan,--with his chitterlings throat, his elbows out, and his yellow-pied sides?
hung over the bustling kitchen where Oscar McCoy whipped up home-style gumbo, chitterlings, and corn bread that attracted celebrities such as author Alex Haley and civil rights leader Julian Bond.
Butchers species but we still be trotters, chitterlings, and I Frankly, I will be surprised if I care.
My Gran and Aunt Ada, her daughter, used to have the cook shop round the corner on Newtown Row and used to do tripe and onions, chitterlings etc.
Yersinia enterocolitica O:3 infections in infants and children, associated with the household preparation of chitterlings.
On recent visits to Asda, Tesco and Morrisons I sought in vain for the following traditional foods - brawn, chitterlings (pressed or roped), sweetbreads, tripe, veal, rabbit, pig's trotters, beef or marrow bones for soup or a pig's head to make my own brawn.
com), which provides cleaned chitterlings nationwide over the Internet.
Like the lovers of the poor from "the Ladies' Bette rment League" who, visiting from suburban Lake Forest and Glencoe, gag at "the urine, cabbage, and dead beans,/Dead porridge of assorted dusty grains,/The old smoke, heavy diapers, and, they're told,/Something called chitterlings" (Blacks 350), Cabot too takes olfactory offense at "the fume of pig foot, chitterlings, and cheap chili" (10).
Like wonderful smothered pork chops, distinctive dirty rice, and, for those who have acquired the taste for it, exceptionally good (chitlins) chitterlings - the latter two served in bowls, and only on Thursdays.