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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"How d'ye do, Ole," Charley greeted a big blue-shirted Swede who was greasing the jaws of the main gaff with a piece of pork rind.
has acquired Chicago, US-based pork rind producer Evans Food Group to form food platform Benestar Brands, the company said.
"Mr Trotter's Great British Pork Cracklings has already engaged with the optional scheme, sharing details of the sourcing of Mr Trotter's pork rind and the rearing standards under which the pigs are kept.
Packed with muscle-building protein, pork rind has been endorsed by athletes and chefs alike.
There's chicharon made from pig's intestines which Filipinos fondly call chicharon bulaklak (translated, it means pork rind flowers).
Just like the meat, pork rind is also prone to the disadvantages pork meat has.
For the love of chicharon (crispy pork rind), waitress Rutchel Taer got a sound beating from a Chinese chef at an eatery in Paranaque City yesterday.
Sad but true: Along with the typewriter, the desk phone and the morning newspaper, the true pork rind is dead.
For instance, he says retailers can dramatically boost pork rind sales by cross-merchandising them in the meat department and possibly merchandising them under the same label they use for their meat.
They are made from prime pork rind and boast 70% pure protein in a bag.
Cassoulet Serves 8 Ingredients 2kg of pork shoulder diced and any bone | A piece of pork rind | 4 duck legs | 4 good Toulouse sausages or any good quality |garlic flavoured sausage 500g haricot beans soaked over night.