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chitterlings

chi ter lingz

  • n  small intestines of hogs prepared as food

  • But as people buy more tongues, brains, chitterlings (intestines) and trotters (feet), price is not the only consideration.
  • Offal Cuisine Sir: We have chitlins July 31 in Great Britain too, but we call them chitterlings.
  • 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.
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  • Bill Ayers in Yahoo! News
    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."
  • Jacob Holdt in Telegraph.co.uk
    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.

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