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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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They've shown that cilantro can help to remove the fecal-like odor from chitlins.
Chitlins, or chitterlings, are pig intestines; they "are testament to the down-home doctrine that nothing in the hog is inedible.
After purchasing the company, Harris says he was surprised by the market demand for chitlins.
Pull the crane out so you can get into the pot without singeing your eyebrows and remove chitlins with a slotted spoon.
When "the nigra" reads Dostoyevsky rather than the Bible and orders lobster rather than chitlins, he becomes trouble; when he goes from moonshine to Scotch, from Cadillacs to Jaguars, ditto--"you have a bad nigra on your hands" (57).
plate of ribs or chitlins, or his unprecedented visit by a sitting U.
Brotha', this disc cooks like hot chitlins, grits, and the nastiest hot sauce this side of KayCee.
I cajoled one Thanksgiving when I was twelve and the house reeked of chitlins and rang with "sho nuff's.
Laughter works its healing ways in Elizabeth Wong's Kimchee and Chitlins (named after the traditional dishes of Korean and African Americans), which depicts th comedy of different cultures colliding and chafing beneath the lid of the world's melting pot, New York City.
To eke out the last bit of fat, fry still-wet tissues over low heat till water evaporates, fat melts, and the tissues turn to brown, crispy chitlins.
He told the weekly newspaper: "I don't think you need a martini to go with chitlins and collard greens.