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   Undertoad  Friday Oct 11 02:14 PM

10/11/2002: Pig snouts

Gucci little piggies. These guys are not headed for death and the dinner table, but for a state fair where they'll be shown off and prized.

BruteForce  Friday Oct 11 08:34 PM

and then butchered and placed on the dinner table.

Nic Name  Saturday Oct 12 06:23 PM


Soy sauce snouts

Pig snouts aren't just for sausage anymore! These li'l pink buttons are low in fat and high in fun. Try this refreshing stew as a delicious pork replacement for chicken teriyaki.

12 pig snouts
1/4 teaspoon ground star anise
1/2 cup cooking wine
1 medium celery root, sliced
1/4 cup soy sauce
3 cups water

1/2 cup sliced green onion
Red pepper sesame oil to taste

Rinse snouts in cold water and pat dry.
Place snouts in pot with all ingredients except oil and onion.
Bring to boil, then reduce to simmer and cover.
Simmer 45 minutes or until snouts are tender.
Remove snouts reserving broth for another use.
Serve over rice, drizzled with sesame oil and scattered with green onions.

Recipe from It's Pork Time!, by Catherine J. Clapp,
by special permission [NOT!] of Wesley Press Ltd., U.K., 1974

Slight  Saturday Oct 12 07:46 PM

From the simpsons episode 5F11:

Nelson: Mmm, all that slime made the boar extra tender!

Martin: More snout anyone?

Bart: How's your dinner, Lis!

Lisa: Ah, shut up... savages...

Narrator (JEJ): So the children learned how to function as a society, and eventually they were rescued by, oh, let's say.. Moe.

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