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  1. burgawboy

    burgawboy Elite Refuge Member

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    Pork BBQ, or pulled pork with a vinegar based sauce. Hog cooked over wood is the only way to do it.
     
  2. cajunduck man

    cajunduck man Senior Refuge Member

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    Is it smoked? Some people cook them "green" but I have always preferred smoked. Either one is good...just a personal preference. I forgot about calf tongue. Cooked just like a roast, brown gravy served over rice... when done correctly you can cut it with a spoon! :tu
     
  3. Mrs. Ripline

    Mrs. Ripline Senior Refuge Member

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    Gnocchi, pasties, and cheese curds.
     
  4. HaydenHunter

    HaydenHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    If you are ever in Butte, MT try a Pasty.
     
  5. Randy

    Randy Senior Refuge Member

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    Boiled chitterlings, turnip greens, and corn bread. Sweet ice tea.
     
  6. cootmeurer

    cootmeurer Elite Refuge Member

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    Two more Kentucky specialities.

    The Derby Pie - a chocolate pecan bourbon pie - it will kill you, but you will die happy

    Barbecued Mutton (western KY) - not as good as pork, but not bad either.
     
  7. cormier1

    cormier1 Senior Refuge Member

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    Poutine r?p?e, only place i've seen it in New Brunswick and parts of Nova Scotia
     

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