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September 29, 2010


You do not want to see Today's Culinary Update.

(Thanks to Amanda)


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Good thing I already ate.

Pork rectum = lard ass?

You are right. I did not want to see that. *reaches for brain bleach*

Please pass that bleach over when you're done, amiga.

Fries with that!

I'd post a comment, but I'm inverting my stomach contents into the loo at the moment.

wait... why do they stipulate boneless - their rectums have bones in them?

'Some say the best rectums are those with crowns; and not only with crowns, but with the crowns unopened.

I guess that counts out Ned Beatty...

I did not look.

Yet, I still want to vomit.

Well played, Mr Barry, well played.


I'm surprised we export these to Korea. There are som many still in Washington.

wrecked 'em...?? wasn't me.... I never even met 'em...

*wonders about kevin bacon's 'crown'...*

"Pork rectum inverter". Now THERE's some job security.

no one's been hiding them here - you can walk into any 99Ranch Market and find pork bung right next to the ground round. and in the Porridge House, you can find two kinds of pork bung (fried and steamed) to add to your porridge

um, scuse me, i'm thinking of being kosher again. bleeeeahhhh.

Some comments from the article -- "So what does it mean when my wife calls me 'Dumpling'?"

imagine standing at the meat counter trying to explain what pork bung is to an eight year old.

true...we went back every day for a week to look at it

Time for the zorgonian mind trick. I am erasing this from my mind, I am no longer aware of things like this, I need a beer.

Here ya go, ofg

this is the winner so far this week for grossest item. i dont want to know what the individual thingies even look like. its a delicacy?

Rectum? Nearly fried 'em!

This little piggy went to market.
This little piggy stayed at home.
This little piggy had roast beef,
This little piggy had none.
And this little piggy had his rectum inverted and went "OMG! OMG! OMG!" all the way to Korea.

The (rear) end.

Cousins use cow lung for alligator bate. Wonder if there's an untouched market out there somewhere?

... like North Korea ...

my brother likes to try new things and he lives in the frisco bay area, so twice i've seen him order something off a menu because he "didn't know what it was" and it turned out to be intestines. once mexican, once chinese.

*snork* @mtb

'oui! oui! oui!!'

List of things I like to eat:

asian dumplings

That's why they call them 'dump-lings.'

Sandy's "I guess that counts out Ned Beatty..."

hahahaha -- cue the banjo

bwaahhhhhhaaa annie. and might i still add - feh!

I've learned if Dave says you don't want to see something then it is best not to look at it. Although I can get a pretty good idea of what the article is about from the comments. Yuck and no way.

Beer Braised BBQ Pork Butt sounds like a fungus I picked up in Vietnam. ha

Another reason to go vegetarian...

Speaking of pig rumps....

Cheese, didn't you mean to strike out ass-ian dumplings

"whopping number of rectums" would make a GREAT name for a rock band... or a house of Congress.

If you like Scrapple, don't look at the ingredients list.

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