I am paying $1.89/lb for ground beef and $3.00/lb for bacon. At $4.00/lb, this must be a delicacy. Like escargot.
Yeah, frozen bung is a bummer. I only like pork bung when it's fresh from the pig. Makes a good sandwich. MMMM bungy!
What is Bung?
Sounds grieviously anatomical.
Obama can easily stimulate the pork bung industry by serving the stuff at his next hip cocktail party in place of wagyu beef.
There you go- put pork bung, and geoduck together on the menu. You could probably get beheaded for doing that in some countries.
Darn, I was hoping someone in the thread would have said what pork bung is. It can't possibly be what I'm thinking.
And what does that Uwajimaya word on the label mean?
Y'all have some odd groceries in Seattle, Vanderleun.
The Grand Asian Market in Cary, a suburb of Raleigh, NC, sells something they call 'intestinal bung', usually right next to the 'pork uteri', and this does look rather intestinal, doesn't it? Another name for chittlins? (Sows' wombs were a Roman delicacy and I have some authentic recipes, but I'll probably never try them myself -- they look disgusting --, and will certainly never cook them up for the students in my high school Latin classes. I assume I would be fired immediately.)
Mmmm, goes good with these.
Last Saturday was the perfect day to buy pork chops and ribs in bulk at Sam's Club.
And if I'm ambitious enough, maybe I could look for a full pig for a nice lechon asado - roasted pig, Puerto Rican style. Add some rice with pigeon peas, cola champagne soda and coconut rice for dessert, and you will have the perfect Puerto Rican meal!
Dang! Tengo hambre... (I'm hungry...)