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Crubeens

Monday, 17 August, 2015

Crubeens (from the Irish crúibín) are pig’s feet. They are regarded as a delicacy in Cork, where they are traditionally battered and fried and eaten by hand. An alternative is to boil them with onions, carrots, cabbage and serve them with mustard and a glass of Murphy’s or Guinness. The term “corned”, by the way, comes from the treatment of the meat with large grains of rock salt, called “corns” of salt.

Crubeens


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