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Gene L 
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12-05-17 05:27 PM - Post#1655287    


Boneless inverted pork rectums. Yep, they are imported from the US (possibly by Tyson) for the Asian market where they are used to make dumplings.

I wonder what brought the desire to eat these on, and while I applaud Tyson for exploiting a market that already existed, still, there are things I won't knowingly eat...this being one of them.

http://www.neatorama.com/neatolicious/2014/06/22/For-Sale-Bo...

 
Blizzard of 93 
Cannon
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12-05-17 06:11 PM - Post#1655297    

    In response to Gene L

well at least they're not making pickled rectums as the feet are made here in the south.

Edited by Blizzard of 93 on 12-05-17 06:12 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Black Hand 
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12-05-17 06:20 PM - Post#1655299    

    In response to Gene L

I am far more concerned about the taste of a particular dish and don't get too hung up with the contents. There are a few things I won't eat, but mostly because I tried them and they just didn't agree with me.

I'm not afraid of the idea of something as seems to happen to some. Heck, I cooked up some venison testicles just last week - braised them in olive oil, garlic and white wine and ate them on pieces of Baguette. They were delicious....

 
Colorado Clyde 
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Colorado Clyde
12-05-17 06:49 PM - Post#1655306    

    In response to Gene L

Got to feed something to the American tourists.

Yes! They have many McDonalds in Asia.

You are what you eat....

Tastes like Sh__T.......


Considering that the smell of hog manure never goes away....I can only imagine what one's breath would be like after eating one.......Mint anyone?


 
horner75 
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horner75
12-05-17 07:04 PM - Post#1655308    

    In response to Gene L

Wouldn't these be "Chittlins"?....All sounds like sausage casings to me!

 
Colorado Clyde 
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Colorado Clyde
12-05-17 07:14 PM - Post#1655311    

    In response to horner75

Just the holes ....(sphincters)

Bet there're chewy...


 
Brokennock 
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Brokennock
12-05-17 07:28 PM - Post#1655316    

    In response to Gene L

And here I was expecting some Monty Python.



Well,,,,, close enough.

So, they're "imported" by a U.S. company, for a market in the U.S. ????
American A-holes aren't good enough?

 
Major Dorman 
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12-05-17 07:29 PM - Post#1655317    

    In response to Gene L

At least the took the time to de-bone and invert those rectums. I guess.....

 
Gene L 
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12-05-17 08:04 PM - Post#1655330    

    In response to horner75

Not chittlings. Which are intestines, but draw the line at the southern end of the line. I won't eat chittlings (chitterlings) as the smell is awful when cooking. There used to be a restaurant in a nearby county that served chittlings on Tuesday, a small town and the scent permeated the town of Danielsville. But it was a sellout! People came from all over to eat the greasy things. I'm not an offal fan. But if you go to a dim sun restaurant, it might be right to ask if the dumplings have pork anuses in them.

I remember an episode of the Simpsons when the school cook was preparing a meal of meat that was marked 97% rectum free.

 
Native Arizonan 
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12-05-17 08:09 PM - Post#1655333    

    In response to Gene L

This reminds me of the Jack-in-the-box commercial where they were advertising burgers made from beef sirloin, not angus beef. Then he asked the question, what part of the beef is the angus?

 
Colorado Clyde 
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Colorado Clyde
12-05-17 08:40 PM - Post#1655340    

    In response to Native Arizonan

Where's that Menudo guy?


 
Colorado Clyde 
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Colorado Clyde
12-05-17 08:42 PM - Post#1655341    

    In response to Gene L

  • Gene L Said:


I remember an episode of the Simpsons when the school cook was preparing a meal of meat that was marked 97% rectum free.



Math students will find that especially funny...


 
Black Hand 
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12-05-17 10:18 PM - Post#1655362    

    In response to horner75

  • horner75 Said:
Wouldn't these be "Chittlins"?....All sounds like sausage casings to me!


Chittlins are the small intestines, rinsed and cooked. Sausage casings are made from intestines with much of the "meat" removed.

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
12-05-17 10:25 PM - Post#1655364    

    In response to Colorado Clyde

And we've all had them...if you ever had a hot dog then among the 'by products' used to make them are inverted pig rectums. In fact, Tyson's biggest outlet is their frank & sausage production.

 
Colorado Clyde 
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Colorado Clyde
12-05-17 10:45 PM - Post#1655369    

    In response to Wes/Tex

I don't mind them when they are in a hotdog, mixed with all the eyes, lips, ears, innards, pink slime, etc......You can't even taste them....

Plus!.. Ketchup, mustard, relish and onion make everything taste good...I've bitten my own finger more than once liking that stuff off it...


 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
12-05-17 11:36 PM - Post#1655373    

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tenngun 
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tenngun
12-06-17 02:17 AM - Post#1655384    

    In response to Wes/Tex

Hmm. Two cave man see a chicken walk by. One says see that funny looking bird, I bet you can’t eat the next thing that falls out of its butt. Thus eggs were discovered.
So did the other, after eating the worlds first omelet then say. See that funny looking animal over there, pointing to a pig. “ I bet you can’t eat it’s.....the other answers ‘I can if it’s pickled’

 
zimmerstutzen 
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12-06-17 12:09 PM - Post#1655444    

    In response to tenngun

Stop at the diner in Smyrna Delaware in a couple months. All during the month of February, the special is Muskrat.

 
nhmoose 
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nhmoose
12-06-17 03:00 PM - Post#1655467    

    In response to zimmerstutzen

How many Muskrat rectums does it take to make a meal?

Seriously, muskrat's are not bad at all.

 
Wes/Tex 
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Wes/Tex
12-06-17 03:57 PM - Post#1655475    

    In response to nhmoose

You betcha! Mostly found in east Texas, have managed a few through the years. My late wife was an Iowa girl and had some serious ideas about what was fit to eat. Did get her to try my Muskrat Jambalaya once and ended up having to share it! She drew the line at raccoon and fox though!

It's the same with all game...younger are more tender and older may need parboiling...beyond that, enjoy. My favorite is "What does muskrat taste like?". It's the same with muskrat, coon, fox, armadillo or possum...they taste like themselves, just as pork tastes like pork and beef tastes like beef! Only chicken tastes like chicken!!

 
tenngun 
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tenngun
12-06-17 04:19 PM - Post#1655478    

    In response to Wes/Tex

I’ve had muskrat, pack rat, gopher coon and fox. Fox is nasty and I didn’t make it to second bite. I never have managed ‘possum. Coon on the other hand makes a fine meal, tasting to me much like bear.

 
Gene L 
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12-06-17 10:03 PM - Post#1655532    

    In response to tenngun

A long time ago, I read an article in a traditional magazine about a guy who was isolated somewhere (can't remember where) who was trapped after a snowstorm. He survived on fox meat. A rabbit doesn't have enough fat on it to survive on, but apparently a fox has somewhat more. Taste wasn't discussed.

 
Wes/Tex 
Cannon
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Wes/Tex
12-06-17 10:44 PM - Post#1655539    

    In response to Gene L

Salt water brine for 12 hours helps with meat toughness with fox. Additionally, adding lemon juice or apple cider vinegar to it will add additional tenderness to the meat. Cooked greens seem to blend well with fox. Stews with lots of mushrooms and other spices is good as well.

Here's a printed one if you want to give it a whirl!

http://zesterdaily.com/drinking/recipe-for-how-to-cook-a-fox...

 
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