chitterlings chitterlings  /ˈtʃɪ tər lɪŋz/


  • (n) small intestines of hogs prepared as food



  1. Offal Cuisine Sir: We have chitlins July 31 in Great Britain too, but we call them chitterlings.
  2. I can't stand the smell of chitterlings, but neither can my Aunt Ruthie, who won't allow them within a mile of her kitchen.
  3. The menu reads like a butcher's list by Monty Python: chitterlings and dandelion, warm pig's head, venison heart, crispy pigs' tails, blood cake, deep-fried squirrel.


  • Fine dining at area churches

    Church of God in Christ, 760 W. King St., will sponsor a dinner sale today beginning at 11 a.m. Selections include meatloaf, $8; baked or fried chicken, $9; chitterlings, $10.
    on September 6, 2013     Source: The St. Augustine Record

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  1. Staples, who is black, writes that Ayers described his early days as a time when he and his fellow Weathermen "sing Negro spirituals and eat chitterlings with the natives, whose intelligence and industry they find surprising."
    on Apr 26, 2008 By: Bill Ayers Source: Yahoo! News

  2. "After all the hog maw, chitterlings, turnip greens and pigs' ears, feet, and tails I had eaten for months in black homes, it was nice here to get lobster for a few days," said Holdt of a meal with a red-haired woman, pictured above.
    on Aug 10, 2007 By: Jacob Holdt Source:

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