chitlins chitlins  /ˈtʃɪt lɪnz/


  • (n) small intestines of hogs prepared as food



  1. But please be advised that if the price of chitlins, hog maws and collard greens soars immediately after your Harlem issue, it will result in open warfare.
  2. In Hawaii a typical luau staged for them includes soul music on ukuleles, and chitlins and black-eyed peas served along with suckling pig.
  3. Young people waded thigh-deep in the Mall's giant reflecting pool, and families sprawled on the grass for picnics of fried chicken, chitlins and all manner of exotic salads.


  • Watch Lil Duval Feed Pig Intestines To Jon Gabrus

    Lil Duval created his new series "Ain't That America" (premiering tonight at 11:30/10:30c on MTV2) in order to "prove that we may all look different, but deep down we're all equally freaky." He's bringing people together, despite their differences -- in this case, he's (re)introducing chitlins to white folks. His fellow "Guy Code" cast members [...]
    on July 9, 2013     Source: MTV


  1. A 6-foot-tall paper silhouette by Kara Walker called "The Human Acquisition of Chitlins" was priced to sell for up to $60,000 but collectors bid it up to $86,500.
    on Nov 12, 2009 By: Kara Walker Source: Wall Street Journal

  2. "The food I probably miss most ...... I'm a country boy now ...... is chitlins," Lang said. "You all ever had chitlins? Put some hot sauce on there, some yellow rice and you're good to go."
    on Aug 3, 2005 By: Kenard Lang Source:

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