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Old 07-03-2014, 12:25 PM   #1221
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Perhaps a distant cousin ? Uknow, kin!
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Old 07-03-2014, 12:35 PM   #1222
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Not quite. Hog jawls are used for seasoning collard greens n such. Hogs head cheese is a loaf made from various left over parts of the pigs head (snout, ears, cheek meat) cooked mixed with spices. Its a lot like souse if you've ever heard of that. The things you learn in the south.
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Old 07-03-2014, 12:42 PM   #1223
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I'm sorry I started this. Its completely off topic.
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I had fried green beans down in the ozarks. Not bad.
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Fried pickles are the ****!!! Only thing I miss from back home is.... The food. Montana has no clue what good food. My mom made some fried chicken for some of out friends up here. And now we have people calling trying to buy her fried chicken.
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Yessir
Those might work well to cut down the cackle

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Guess its a southern thing. We'll deep fry anything. Next time I'll bring some cream of wheat for you Jbrew.
They're the best. Fried okra and green beans also!
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:07 PM   #1227
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Never heard of Fried opra.

Love that Southern Fried Chicken.

But yous'alls can have those nasty parts of a pig.
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Country fried steak,amazing
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LOL. Guess everyone is bringing they're favorite fried dish to the party.
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Those might work well to cut down the cackle
More or less, don't expect high quality oem type stuff but yes they will help with cackle.
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