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Old 09-30-2003, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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KIMS' pork cracklings

does anyone know where I can get some of these
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Old 09-30-2003, 06:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Are you talking about the pork fat that is scraped off the hog when it is being butchered?
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Old 09-30-2003, 06:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I have no idea , I just saw a show on FOOD NETWORK , and they showed it and it looked good
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Old 09-30-2003, 06:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Kim's Pork Rinds and Cracklins - Clarksdale, MS
(417 Third Street, 38614; 601 627-2389) Kim Wong's Cracklins are perfect for baking into your favorite cornbread mix. The pork rinds are shipped to devotees all over the U.S.
It's cracklins not cracklings!
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Were they about pea sized? I never heard of a "brand" They sell them by the pound at the local butcher shop. We just fry them up and eat'em with a fork
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One of the book's best examples of Southern fusion cooking is the story of Kim Wong, a 60-something native of Quonton province in China who followed his father to America in 1949.

In the 60s, Wong moved his family to Clarksdale where he ran a restaurant and grocery store. The restaurant did well selling Southern-fried chicken and Quonton-style wok-fried sweet and sour pork. But in 1985 the Wong family developed their own style of pork rinds sold by the bag.

For years, Wong's wife Jean rendered lard from pork to use in Southern-style biscuits that the restaurant served for breakfast, but she tossed away the cracklin's (rinds).

This was at a time when hogs were killed only in the winter and fresh cracklin's were available only when a hog was slaughtered. So the Wongs started putting their cracklins in Ziplock bags and selling them by the cash register.

The cracklin's were so popular that the Wongs closed the restaurant to make more space for the business.

"They claim Bill Clinton buys them by the sackful," Edge said.
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Hells bells. Maybe I should get some and sell them by the pound on eBay. I think those jokers will buy anything.
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well if Bill Clinton buys them they must be good
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i can get UTZ pork cracklins in a bag ready to eat
ya want some shipped?
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They make mini crack from pork now? The new white dope.
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