Chitterling


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Chit´ter`ling


n.1.The frill to the breast of a shirt, which when ironed out resembled the small entrails. See Chitterlings.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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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. An' I thought first I'd ha' ferrets an' dogs, an' be a rat-catcher; an' then I thought as I should like a bigger way o' life, as I didn't know so well; for I'n seen to the bottom o' rat-catching; an' I thought, an' thought, till at last I settled I'd be a packman,--for they're knowin' fellers, the packmen are,--an' I'd carry the lightest things I could i' my pack; an' there'd be a use for a feller's tongue, as is no use neither wi' rats nor barges.
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.
Local delights included andouilettes (chitterling sausages) and tete de veau (calf's head stew).
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.
Our main entree was Chitterling Pot Stew ($25.50 for two people), a hearty, spicy brew of tofu, vegetables, mandoo (dumplings) and, of course, pig intestines.
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.
Polish-Jewish Questions"; Lawrence Schofer, "Chitterling and Garlic: The Ignoring of Things Past"; and Jan Zaborowski, "Polish Jews: Memory and Heritage"; all were published in Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe 7 (August, 1987): 1-13, 14-16, and 17-22, respectively.