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View Poll Results: Do you eat Chitterlings?
Yes. absolutely delicious 5 8.77%
No, but I eat Chitlins 1 1.75%
No. Never heard of such food. 24 42.11%
tried it once, hurled after the strong taste of poo 9 15.79%
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:50 PM   #1
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Default Do you eat chitterlings? (chitlins)



A few months ago, I was taken to a place called Lexington market, for lunch in Baltimore, MD. Inside theire are lots of small food stands selling various edible stuff. Probably the best fried chicken in the state of MD.

Anyway, as we walked around, I couldn't help but notice an overwhelming smell of cooked poo in some parts of teh market. Then I discovered that the smell was coming from stands that sold Chitterlings (also spelled and pronounced Chitlins).

Before I tell you what it's made of, has anyone in OT even tried this stuff? Judging by the long line to order, this stuff is very popular
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:53 PM   #2
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not this is particular, but i HAVE had pig intestines before.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:54 PM   #3
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Salley, SC has an event called the Chitlin' Strut every year. No, I won't eat them. Have you ever seen/smelled them being cleaned? I ain't eating anything that had poop on it at one point.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:54 PM   #4
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YES!!!

I love chitlins, we grew up eating them.
Add collard greens and hot sauce for some goodass eatin'.

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Old 02-27-2006, 03:55 PM   #5
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I love most southern delicacies

...but chitlins are a step too far.

However, Collards and Hot Sauce (preferably with some fried catfish) = mmm...mmm... good.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:56 PM   #6
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No, I'm not poor. Some parts of animals are simply meant to be discarded.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:57 PM   #7
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When I was in El Paso, TX back in fall of 2004, me and a black gentleman (contractors) were being escorted around the SW border region by a Mexican-American (grew up in Mexico til he was mid-teens, is now a Federal employee in border patrol--go figure). One morning he asked if we wanted to get some burritos for breakfast (the burritos we usually had for breakfast were awesome), and then asked the other guy if he wanted "a chitterling burrito." D'oh!
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...Have you ever seen/smelled them being cleaned? I ain't eating anything that had poop on it at one point.


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Old 02-27-2006, 03:58 PM   #9
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I dont even know what a Chitlin is....can someone explain?
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No, I'm not poor.

Dude, you might be the dumbest guy in this forum. And that's quite an achievement with all the competition. Your view of the world is so myopic and narrow, it's amazing you find anybody to meet your standards to associate with.
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I dont even know what a Chitlin is....can someone explain?
Pig intestines.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:59 PM   #12
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boobs have poop in them?
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I've never cleaned it, since my mother prepares the food, but i remember her removing the inner lining, and then cleaning everything out by running the length of it with a big clove of garlic. something about it killing the bad stuff (??) and removing the bad smell.
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I love most southern delicacies

...but chitlins are a step too far.

However, Collards and Hot Sauce (preferably with some fried catfish) = mmm...mmm... good.
Yeah, fried catfish is some good stuff. As long as they don't make the batter spicy/peppery.
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Dude, you might be the dumbest guy in this forum. And that's quite an achievement with all the competition. Your view of the world is so myopic and narrow, it's amazing you find anybody to meet your standards to associate with.
You've accomplished what in life, again? Yeah, that's what I thought.
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No, I'm not poor. Some parts of animals are simply meant to be discarded.
DCMO,

I guess you don't eat sausage, or hotdogs, or scrapple, or turkey loaf, or Chicken McNuggets, or mollusk, or shrimp, or pork rinds, or lobster, or caviar, or crab, or your girlfriend.

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It's like Point/Counterpoint... but without the critical thinking in here
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boobs have poop in them?
No but oysters, clam, and shrimp do.

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Imagine that. I don't meet your standards. I consider that a compliment.
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YES!!!

I love chitlins, we grew up eating them.
Add collard greens and hot sauce for some goodass eatin'.

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How did my gut instinct tell me that Janq would love this stuff.

You are right about the hot sauce. All chitlin dealers had bottles of hot sauce at the fixin's counter.
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something about this being the OT makes that ok
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No but oysters, clam, and shrimp do.

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i always grew up thinking that turkey and chicken chitlins were all the internal organs, and they were used for gravy. not just the intestines.
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DCMO,

I guess you don't eat sausage, or hotdogs, or scrapple, or turkey loaf, or Chicken McNuggets, or pork rinds, or lobster, or caviar, or crab.

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None of the above. It's all disgusting and made of leftover scraps of meat. Lobster and crabs are scavengers, I can't stand the smell of them cooked. I get lobsters for free, and give it away every summer. I don't have the heart to tell the fishermen that give them to me that I don't like them. I don't eat any mollusks or crustaceans. I can send you some this Summer if you like?

Chicken McNuggets are now made with all white meat, IIRC. I avoid those anyway.
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None of the above. It's all disgusting and made of leftover scraps of meat. Lobster and crabs are scavengers, I can't stand the smell of them cooked. I get lobsters for free, and give it away every summer. I don't have the heart to tell the fishermen that give them to me that I don't like them. I can send you some this Summer if you like?

Chicken McNuggets are now made with all white meat, IIRC. I avoid those anyway.
Better go git me some chikin mgnuggers since they're safe to eat. Avoid the lobster!
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