scruncheon

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scruncheon

(ˈskrʌntʃən) or

scrunchion

n
(Cookery) Canadian (in Newfoundland) a small crisp piece of fried pork fat
[origin unknown]
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Servers at this restaurant will bring small dishes of scrunchions to the table for guests to sample.
Pan-fried fish garnished with scrunchions, accompanied by baked or mashed potato, is a common menu offering.
You had Scrunchions magazine at the university, you organized poetry readings at the university, you painted sets for the drama groups, you founded Breakwater Books, you founded TickleAce magazine, you were prose editor of Folklore Magazine.
How about cods' tongues with scrunchions (small pork cracklings), or chutney made from bakeapple, a marsh berry locals insist tastes wonderful but smells of feet?