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n.1.The frill to the breast of a shirt, which when ironed out resembled the small entrails. See Chitterlings.
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Tell 'em at hwome that I should like for supper,--well, lamb's fry if they can get it; and if they can't, black-pot; and if they can't get that, well chitterlings will do.
An' when I'd got 'em, my head was all of a boil like a kettle o' broth, thinkin' what sort o' life I should take to, for there war a many trades I'd thought on; for as for the barge, I'm clean tired out wi't, for it pulls the days out till they're as long as pigs' chitterlings.
And which, therefore, will get to reprise the role in a centenary gala event - a conundrum it falls to Gary Chitterling (Sean Burnside), the boss of the home, to resolve.
My youngest, a voracious gourmand, had already approved of the Loire's cuisine after sampling the pure white asparagus, fresh goat cheese and the small chitterling sausages from Tours.
Twice a year, chitterling suppers are served along with the usual chicken and catfish.
Play Category Year # Perf Beat 1 1 20 Eastwest 3 1 20 The Coyote Bleeds 4 1 20 A Hole in the Dark 3 1 20 Dangerous 4 1 20 Eighteen 3 1 20 Circumference 2 1 15 Captain 11 2 1 5 The Bill Show 1 1 5 The Brightest Light 2 1 5 A House of Cards 3 2 20 Dreaming of Norton 3 2 20 Debt 4 2 20 Evergreen 3 2 20 Heights 4 2 20 Cat and Mouse 2 2 20 Counsellor Adams 2 2 15 Bill of Rights 1 2 5 Cairo 2 2 5 Admissions 1 2 5 Cupid & Psyche 4 3 20 The Hidden Place 3 3 20 Hell to Pay 3 3 20 Hate Mail 3 3 20 The Desk 4 3 20 Christmasless 2 3 20 The Box 2 3 15 Chitterling Heights 2 3 5 Beautiful Woman 1 3 5 Bay at the Moon 1 3 5
50), which was very similar to the chitterling stew in appearance and flavor.
After graduating from high school in 1950, Fauntroy studied history at Virginia Union University--aided by New Bethel members who sold chicken, fish, and chitterling dinners to help him with his tuition.
At their buffet they had a chitterling dish that I found quite tasty.
QUILLY: Well, before you come back, go over to Singleton's Restaurant on Lenox and 136th Street and get me a chitterling dinner with corn bread, collard greens, black-eyed peas and swamp seeds.
WK: Yeah, because you have to remember in the late seventies/ early eighties, the chitterling circuit plays became very popular.
74) Beroalde thereby refers to a chitterling or sausage broth, that merchants could sell as the perfect product ("la cinquieme essence necessaire") -- an elixir, perhaps -- provided they properly sift their ingredients and, like the alchemists, expend huge energies and rake deadly risks.