Gut Rumbles

September 29, 2005

guns, guts and guitars

I took a very good picture this morning of my recording studio with a few musical instruments for props, along with a couple of rifles, pistols and a tub of "chitterings" (Called "chit-lins" down South---those are hog intestines) just to make the picture perfect.

I doubt that I will eat the chitlins. I may try to fry up a batch, but I spent $5.00 on that bucket just for the picture. I've eaten chitlins many times before, but they ain't one of my favorite foods.

The picture is exquisite. I'm gonna post it once I shrink it down to blog-sizable dimentions. It looks really good. Guns, guts and guitars, all in one.

Hell, if Ted Nugent ever sees that photo, he may give me a call.


Acidman, are chit-lins anything like tripe? My mother, a farm girl from North Carolina, could fry up the best tasting tripe you ever had! Thought about trying to make up a batch myself, but I ain't no cook...........

Posted by: Captain Harley on September 29, 2005 10:41 AM

A lcohol
T obacco
F irearms

. . . who's bringin' the chips?

Posted by: Larry Kephart on September 29, 2005 11:28 AM

can't wait to see it, tripe is the lining of a cow's stomach.

Posted by: Warren on September 29, 2005 12:35 PM

Ted will also come and eat with you, he will bring the hog nuts for both of you. Question, you know how to cook chiltins? Cook the shit out of them, He He HE

Posted by: catfish on September 29, 2005 12:44 PM

Hog intestines? You eat that? I always thought that was something that got swept off the slaughterhouse floor....ugh... I eat some funky stuff (like chicken livers and whole belly clams, but hog intestines? Surely you jest)

Posted by: Ruth on September 29, 2005 01:32 PM

"I always thought that was something that got swept off the slaughterhouse floor....ugh... "

It does and then it gathered up to make sausage, hot dogs, potted meat and other such goodies. The only thing from the pig that is not used for something is the squeal and I figure that the squeal on tape might keep the cats out of the garden.

Posted by: GUYK on September 29, 2005 03:11 PM

Rob, whatever you decide, cook them OUTSIDE! I made the mistake once, took most of 1 1/2 years to get the stench out of the house. Hog's revenge cubed!

Posted by: Bogdaddy on September 29, 2005 03:12 PM

"potted meat"?


Posted by: Jane on September 29, 2005 04:14 PM

I've had pig intestine soup (Mondongo sp??). The broth was great. The intestines themselves were extremely rubbery and not all that tasty.

Posted by: rightisright on September 29, 2005 06:00 PM

Does a "whole chicken in a can" count as potted meat? Are Pork Rinds the same as your chitlins? Just curious, since I'm way up northwest in liberal hell, and I met this girlf from Georgia. Any advice?

Posted by: 2far2care on September 29, 2005 09:02 PM
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