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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Bruce M, Jun 17, 2017.
If you need any
and your store does not have this let me know. They will probably ship.
And what precisely does one do with a cured pork tail?
Pickled pigs feet,pork tongue,pork rind and now cured pork tail. SJ 40
I'm not sure I want to know. SJ 40
Always hard to pass up a nice piece of tail.
I'm not sure, but is this what one eats if they want to die of cardiac arrest in the near future?
I am not exactly sure, but it looks to me that whatever one does with it, it takes a fair amount. Since it seems to come in fairly substantial buckets. Certainly looks more than what would be used for a spice or condiment.
Instant heart attack
A question, it says "cured". Cured of what exactly?
I am not sure I would want to know.
Well now that certainly is a dimension I had not considered when I noticed the pig tails.
Send it here. We'll make scrapple out of it.
Do they also have pickled pig snouts?
Spend any time in a neighborhood barbecue joint in St. Louis and you can enjoy some exotic portions of the pig.
It has to be healthy for you, it's cured.
I don't eat it, but it is eaten in the South, the Caribbean areas, Cajun cooking and folks that prolly like porkskin snacks.
Those look more like pickled beef nipples to me.
Cured of not wanting to eat anything of the kind.
It's a southern thing...
Tastes like chicken....