[ UK /t‍ʃˈɪtɜːlɪŋz/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɪtɝɫɪŋz/ ]
  1. small intestines of hogs prepared as food
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How To Use chitterlings In A Sentence

  • Rub a few in your hands to cut tough odors like bleach, onions, fish and chitterlings.
  • The closest thing I can say that I've had to haggis is chitterlings (or "chitlins"), a common southern/African American dish made of pig intestines; it smells DISGUSTING, and tastes ... eh. The News is - The News is Now Public
  • ‘Wearing my hair Afro style, calling myself an Afro-American, and eating all the chitterlings I can find,’ he quipped, ‘are not going to affect Congress.’
  • Bowls of chitterlings and kidneys glisten on a butcher's block.
  • When it's built by a pair of restaurateurs who have made their name preaching the joys of offal, the glory of chitterlings, the meaty delights of pig cheeks and lambs' brains. The Guardian World News
  • Yersinia infection most often occurs from eating raw or undercooked pork products, such as chitterlings.
  • Then said Epistemon to Pantagruel: The denomination of these two colonels of yours, Maul-chitterling and Cut-pudding, promiseth us assurance, success, and victory, if those Chitterlings should chance to set upon us. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • This anticipates a love of chitterlings, grilled pig's ears, marrow bones, stuffed trotters, kidneys and brains.
  • CHITTERLINGS: Also known as chitlins, these are the fatty small intestines of a pig and are very popular in deep Southern cooking. Offal Good
  • Murray himself acknowledges the richness and contradictory nature of his style by calling it ‘the chitterlings of the Waldorf.’
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