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reesetee commented on the word organ meats
Now that I'm no longer nauseated....
You'll want to add head cheese to that godawful list, if it's made. Don't make me explain. It's exactly what it sounds like.
October 28, 2007
chained_bear commented on the word organ meats
skipvia, I was saving that list idea for you. :) But pancreas did cross my mind!
Also squirrel brain. People eat squirrel brains, don't they?
... You know... I'm going to log off for a while and go barf.
skipvia commented on the word organ meats
Hey c_b--if you do make that list, put sweetbreads on it. If the thymus and pancreas don't qualify as organ meats, I don't know what would.
They are intestines--large intestines, which to me means colon. I suspect that real chitlins were made of both, actually.
Vile. My mom likes it. Wait... maybe she likes liver sausage. Well, it looks like blood, anyway. Eecch.
You know, Organ Meats would make a great name for a list, wouldn't it? Or maybe "Eew Meats." Then one could include blood sausage (since technically it's not an organ meat). If one were inclined.
Wait... are chitlins really colons? Or intestines? I thought they were intestines. Granted, there's not a huge amount of difference.
While we're on the subject of "eew" meats, how about blood sausage? I could bring myself to eat chitlins even knowing that they're pig colons before I'd eat something called blood sausage.
This is a really evocative (or provocative, as in "eew!") phrase.
Of course, any phrase with "meat" in it usually is. See "tasty breakfast meat."
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