pork rind

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pork rind

n.
A piece of pork skin fried in deep fat until crisp and then seasoned, eaten as a snack.
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When clear fat rises and cracklins sink to the bottom, strain lard then store in a jar until ready to use.
The crisp cheddar grit cake piled with Carolina pulled pork, a fried egg and hog jowl cracklins is a pile of tender, melt-in-your-mouth goodness.
Chicken liver pate with pork cracklins and house bread and butter pickles
The waste oil from frying up crawfish, cracklins and other Cajun specialties is refined at a Louisiana plant, then trucked to JFK.
And when it comes to pork rinds and cracklins, truly authentic Hispanic flavors boast appeal, says Mark Singleton, vice president, sales and marketing for Lima, Ohio-based Rudolph Foods.
There's nothing more satisfying than the crunch and crumble of a crisp chip or cracker; the decadence of rightly roasted chicken skin or freshly fried cracklins.
Cracklins Crisp-fried bits of pork skin used to flavor vegetables or cornbread.
Menu selections change seasonally at Reef; must-haves include the naked ribeye with brown butter gnocchi, arugula and prosciutto broth; the steamed mussels with Shiner Bock and toasted ancho; and the roasted grouper with braised collards, pecan-shallot cracklins and potliker jus.
He spends his nights working at the Last Stop, a 24-hour convenience store in LA, endlessly rotating the hot dogs and restocking the pork cracklins.
At Broadway East in New York City, which features foods low on the food chain, hip vegan additions to the crunchy, sweet and salty snack roster include the Yuba Cracklins and Sesame Crisps.
Last year, Evans Foods teamed up with Rap Snacks, Inc to make the rapper Chopper the spokesman for their newest product, Rap Snacks Pork Skins and Cracklins.
Kids helped by feeding the fires, fetching and carrying equipment on demand, and naturally fished those yummy cracklins from the boiling pots at every chance.