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Old 04-21-2013, 10:10 AM   #11
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Stomach may include intestines....I just ain't sure. I was speaking of homemade chitlin's in my earlier post. When I was a kid, I recall that we used the stomach and the intestines.
Gotta be very scrupulous with the cleaning of such ingredients.
The C loaf I purchased was a store brand. Not sure of the origin, but very tasty.
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Good one Snippers! lol

Do they call this anything different, Hoot?
I recall a cooking reality show, maybe the roadkill one, where the guys were in a small diner in the back cooking pig intestines in large pots. I'm pretty sure they made some kind of sandwich from the mixture, but I don't recall it being formed into a loaf. It may have been... C-loaf doesn't ring a bell though.
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Good one Snippers! lol

Do they call this anything different, Hoot?
I recall a cooking reality show, maybe the roadkill one, where the guys were in a small diner in the back cooking pig intestines in large pots. I'm pretty sure they made some kind of sandwich from the mixture, but I don't recall it being formed into a loaf. It may have been... C-loaf doesn't ring a bell though.
There may be other names for this...couldn't say what they may be though. I reckon you could make a chitlin' sandwich. Might be good! I 'spect I will have to experiment and see what I can come up with. I do know that chitlin's are good in a variety of soup recipes, or mixed with sauteed garden vegetables and served over rice. They are also good mixed with eggs. Shucks, I have even mixed them with ramen noodles omitting the package of flavored salt that comes with the noodles. Just add some sriracha and a little rice wine or apple cider vinegar.
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C Loaf I ran across this in the grocery styore the other day. Hadn't had any in many a year. Threw a slice in a hot skillet til it started to brown, then added a couple of eggs. Scrambled everything together till the eggs were just cooked through. Mighty good with coffee and a couple slices of toast....Get the day started right! 3 stars 1 reviews
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