pig's fry

pig's fry

n
(Cookery) the heart, liver, lights, and sweetbreads of a pig cooked, esp fried, together
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There was mince meat roly-poly, Boswell pudding, Cornish pasties, tripe and onions, Pan Haggis, Mock Goose, Pig's Fry (Norfolk Way), Vienna steaks and even economical braised steak, among many other suggestions.
And so, on the night of August 3, Elizabeth Dawson of Temple Street went to bed, having eaten ("imprudently eaten", as the Reverend Leigh commented) a supper of pig's fry, washed down with copious quantities of small beer.