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pork pig

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  • Pork rind — Pork rinds Pork rind (known and invented in the United Kingdom as pork scratchings[1] , as a room temperature snack, or crackling, served hot as part of a meal, and in Australia and New Zealand as pork crackle/crackling), is the fried or roasted… …   Wikipedia

  • Pork ribs — are a type of food dish popular in North America and Asian cuisine. Pork and bones from a pig s ribcage are cooked by smoking, grilling, or baking together (usually with a sauce, primarily barbecue sauce), and then served. Cuts of pork ribsThere… …   Wikipedia

  • Pig show — Pig show, a judged event or display where pigs compete to win various titles in each category. Pigs are scored on their market quality which includes muscle, fat, and body structure along with qualities they must possess for their specific breed …   Wikipedia

  • PIG (musical project) — PIG Origin London, England Genres Industrial rock Years active 1988–present Labels Metropolis, Wax Trax!, TVT, N …   Wikipedia

  • pork — (n.) early 13c., flesh of a pig as food, from L. porcus pig, tame swine, from PIE *porko young swine (Cf. Umbrian purka; O.C.S. prase young pig; Lith. parsas pig; O.E. fearh, M.Du. varken, both from P.Gmc. *farhaz). Porker …   Etymology dictionary

  • pork — [pôrk] n. [ME porc < OFr < L porcus, a pig < IE * pork̑os, pig > FARROW1] 1. Obs. a pig or hog 2. the flesh of a pig or hog, used as food, esp. when used fresh, or uncured ☆ 3. Informal money, jobs, etc. received as pork barrel …   English World dictionary

  • Pork jelly — is a broth made from a mixture of leftover pig organs and other ingredients. Pork jelly is a popular appetizer and, nowadays, is often prepared in a more modern version only using lean meat. It is very popular in Poland and Romania during… …   Wikipedia

  • pork scratchings — plural noun Crisp pieces of fried pork fat or rind eaten as a snack • • • Main Entry: ↑pork * * * pork scratchings UK [ˌpɔː(r)k ˈskrætʃɪŋz] US [ˌpɔrk ˈskrætʃɪŋz] noun [plural] british pieces of pig’s skin cooked in hot fat, usually eaten cold… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pig — (n.) probably from O.E. *picg, found in compounds, ultimate origin unknown. Originally young pig (the word for adults was swine). Another Old English word for pig was fearh, related to furh furrow, from PIE *perk dig, furrow (Cf. L. porc us pig,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • pork̂o-s —     pork̂o s     English meaning: pig     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schwein” (“neugeborenes Tier, Ferkel”)     Note: From an extended zero grade of Root eĝhi : “ hedgehog “ derived Root ĝhers , ĝher : “rigid, *pig” > Root pork̂o s : “pig” :… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • Pig (short story) — Pig is a macabre short story by Roald Dahl that was published in Dahl s 1960 collection Kiss Kiss. The world it presents is one that is cruel and violent. It is a cautionary tale warning parents of the danger of ill preparing a child for the… …   Wikipedia

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