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I just can't eat pork crackling anymore.

When I look at my suade shoes, I'm reminded that they and crackling are made of the same stuff.

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And speaking of delicious but not of Thai food, there is an eastern european Jewish delicacy called "grivenes" or "gribenes" or some variation of those. Essentially it's chicken skinned fried down to crispiness along with thin sliced onions fried in that fat. with a bit of salt and black pepper.

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1 hour ago, thaibreakfast said:

And speaking of delicious but not of Thai food, there is an eastern european Jewish delicacy called "grivenes" or "gribenes" or some variation of those. Essentially it's chicken skinned fried down to crispiness along with thin sliced onions fried in that fat. with a bit of salt and black pepper.

https://toriavey.com/toris-kitchen/schmaltz-and-gribenes/

I've never tried it but it doesn't sound that appetising, however each to his own.

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13 hours ago, thaibreakfast said:

And speaking of delicious but not of Thai food, there is an eastern european Jewish delicacy called "grivenes" or "gribenes" or some variation of those. Essentially it's chicken skinned fried down to crispiness along with thin sliced onions fried in that fat. with a bit of salt and black pepper.

Mmmm. That does sound good. The gripe I have with chicken skin is the texture. Unless done like you describe, it's like a large clump of snot in the mouth. Chinese probably love something like that.

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