Have you ever ate pig’s feet, chicken livers or chit’lins?
Some Southern African Americans has past these down for generations. From my understanding some of these were what was left after the slave owners took all the choice cuts for themselves. Slaves survived on what was left and some are still a delicacy today. There are several more, but these are the most popular where I’m from.
Fried chicken livers and fried okra, mmmmm. Im not a pigs feet fan but i have eaten some stuff people would consider gross. When you hunt for your food or raise it nothing really goes to waste but it is good to have dogs…
I always taste test ejuice that i give to people, just in case.
Have you ever… farted in bed and pulled the covers over your partners head?
My favorite!! I love to stuff my human with Ricotta, Mozzarella, Basil Pesto and a bit of Parmesan. The key is to SLOW ROAST at 250 degrees, while continuously basting with garlic butter, careful to never let the skin dry out. Damn good eatin’ there!
Of course you can stuff your people with whatever you like, this is just my ADE (all day eatin)
Chicken livers: love them tiny snacks. Never had it fried and with fried okra, but okra is often used in our kitchen in different ways (does tend to get a little slimy, not too many people here appreciating that here).
Talking about organ meats, veal kidneys are also quite a delicacy, a big favorite of mine.
Pig foot, snout, ear… good for soups but you won’t see me nibble on those bony things
I love my wild meats and trying different things. Have you ever eaten a bit more uncommon meats like armadillo or agouti?
I’ll eat just about anything or at least try it. I grew up in Italian household,so we had tripe,pigs feet,jaw bone, tongue,cheek. You name it. One time, yup One time Only. We where having a potluck dinner at work, this has been awhile ago. She brought chit’lins in, now you gotta really clean them good, I’m talking scrub them. After all goes thru them. Needless to say she didn’t clean them well at all. They literally tasted like
That was in 1999 and I haven’t eaten them since. No pun intended but they left a bad taste in my mouth.
Chicken livers! The secret is soaking them in whole milk for a couple hours before breading and frying. Also number one source of vitamin B12 (looks at Vegans ) I make the killer chicken livers and the whole family loves them. When my daughter was in High School her best friend slept over and we were having chicken livers that night for dinner. Her Daddy was a Dr and I’m positive she never even heard of chicken livers. I brought a huge steaming plate to the dinner table and my wife and kids were grabbing them up! Lil’ Missy however was agog “Is that dog food?!” We LoLed but it wasn’t gonna happen… and I made her a PB&J or something
HmmmMmmMm Buffalo style with some Franks Hot Sauce