pigs' feet

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Noun1.pigs' feet - feet or knuckles of hogs used as food; pickled or stewed or jellied
porc, pork - meat from a domestic hog or pig
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She spread an amazing array of ham and chicken sandwiches, crab salad, hard-boiled eggs, pickled pigs' feet, ripe olives and dill pickles, Swiss cheese, salted almonds, oranges and bananas, and several pint bottles of beer.
The family lived on a diet resembling an I'm A Celebrity 'Bushtucker Trial',' with tongue and pigs' feet making frequent appearances at the dinner table.
Instead of working on humans, students practiced their stitching on pigs' feet and injected cherry juice into oranges.
Or at least the part of America which doesn't live i exactly like them, eating cheese puffs for breakfast and bobbing for raw pigs' feet at the Redneck Games.
There's also pigs' feet and cow thyroid nuggets, skewered beef hearts, brain salad wrap and crispy brain dippers in barbecue sauce.
at the annual Redneck The event - staged in East -Dublin, Georgia, on Saturday a series of fun events featured bobbin' for pigs' feet, including mudpit belly flop and watermelon seed spitting.
She has given up her beloved chitterlings, pigs' feet and ham hocks in favour of a health foods diet, and she hopes to get down to a size 16.
The reality is, if you like bacon, ham, tenderloin, barbecue ribs or pickled pigs' feet, that piece of meat was once a living, breathing pig and you're living in a fairy tale if you think otherwise.
All that remained of Sullivan's Crossroads Grocery in Choctaw County was a pile of cinderblocks and some jars of pickled eggs and pigs' feet.
Particularly interesting are a paper on an Iron Age pit full of pigs' feet and another examining the origins of medieval pottery found in and near the town.
Celebrity chefs have been encouraging consumers to buy more offal, with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc creating dishes using cuts such as pigs' feet, cheeks and tripe.