pig's ears


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Noun1.pig's ears - an edible agaric with a brown fruiting body that is often compound
agaric - a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
Cantharellus, genus Cantharellus - a well-known genus of fungus; has funnel-shaped fruiting body; includes the chanterelles
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The ordinance protects and promotes the original recipe, which consists of 'boiled then grilled chopped pig's ears or cheeks [seasoned] with chopped onions or shallots, red hot chili peppers, vinegar and/or kalamunding (lemon) juice, salt and pepper.' Minced grilled chicken liver is optional.
The dish is a concoction of pig's ears, tongue, fleshy portions of the face, particularly the cheeks, and selected fats, boiled, then grilled to a crisp just like "sisig," but includes pork brain and mayonnaise.
EVER chomped on chicken foot salad, pigged out on pig's ears, or waded into a steaming plate of Wusuli fish?
Owner Michael Thirlwell, 44, has banished Charlie's favourite snacks of cheese, pig's ears and custard creams and put him on a strict diet and fitness programme overseen by the vets and nurses at Gateshead PDSA PetAid hospital.
She had ballooned up to 10 stone after scoffing leftover pizzas and treats such as pig's ears.
She sold barbecued pig's ears, and one day chopped them up, seasoned them with Knorr and came up with the best sisig.
Have you pigged out on pig's ears, or waded into a steaming plate of Wusuli fish?