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- noun A cut of
porkwith a sweet taste, typically taken from above the flank of the pig.
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Alabama hams better than Uncle Sam's sidemeat, and fresh bread better than hard crackers.
The back room was the storehouse and kitchen; and from the beams and along the walls hung rich hams and juicy sidemeat, jerked venison, dried apples, onions, and other provisions for the winter.
In our case, that's intestines that aren't stuffed with tasty sidemeat and spaces, since tubes aren't food, they're what food goes into or through.
The venison was likely sidemeat, skillfully reworked from lean cuts that debuted as entrees.