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  • n. A Hispanic dish; made of fried pork rinds.


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From Spanish chicharrón


  • Got a dozen little booths set up selling tacos and tamales and these great little fried pork skins they call chicharrones.

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  • Silva, 63, grew up middle-class in Monterrey, Mexico, savoring his mother's home-cooked pork skins, called chicharrones.

  • We had chicharrones, which is basically deepfried pork. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • They sell "chicharrones" (typical dishes containing pork with roasted potatoes, sweet corn, and salad).

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  • Oyuki Marlene will sell sweets, potatoes, and "chicharrones" (fried pork rinds), etc.

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  • Check with one of the valley's Mexican grocers and chances are you'll find both head cheese and pork cracklins ( "chicharrones" in Spanish) for sale. Latest Headlines

  • It is easy to spend hours here after a movie, eating fried fish, fried-chicken "chicharrones" and scallops broiled with Parmesan cheese, drinking Peruvian beer from the Inca city of Cuzco.

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  • This is why this member wants to buy a small piece of property in the district of Saylla to be able to open her business selling "chicharrones" (a typical pork-based dish accompanied by golden potatoes, corn, and salad).

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  • Chicharrones y "chicharrones" con nopales (Braise pork cracklings and cactus with crispy wheat chips)

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  • Gloria Esperanza Castillo is 65 years old and has a small business that consists of a grocery store and a food stand where she prepares pork dishes such as chicharrones among other items.

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