Chitterlings

Chitterlings (z; sometimes spelled as pronounced: chitlins or chittlins) are usually the small intestines of a pig, although the intestines of cattle and other animals are sometimes so named when used as a foodstuff. ==Etymology and early usage== Chitterling is first documented in Middle English by the Oxford English Dictionary, in the form cheter...
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Chitterlings

• (n. pl.) The smaller intestines of swine, etc., fried for food.
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chitterlings

(from the article `offal`) ...the full spectrum of Western cuisine. Some offal, notably the brains, liver, tripe, lights, and trotters, have long been associated in the United ...
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chitterlings

chitlins noun small intestines of hogs prepared as food
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Chitterlings

Chit'ter·lings noun plural [ Confer Anglo-Saxon cwiþ womb, Icelandic kvið , Goth. qiþus , belly, womb, stomach, German kutteln chitterlings.] (Cookery) The smaller intestines of swine, etc., fried for food.
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Chitterlings

Chitterlings or chitlins is a dish of pigs, or sheep's intestines.
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Chitterlings

The small intestines of animals, usually pigs. They are cleaned, simmered, then served with a sauce or used as a sausage casing. Chitterlings are also added to soups or battered and fried.
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chitterlings

[n] - small intestines of hogs prepared as food
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