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I’m from S.C. and personally do not eat chitlins, but one of the festivals that people look forward to in my neck of the woods is the Chitlin Strut. It’s usually in the fall around Thanksgiving.


I’ve only had chitlins’ a couple of times – the second time was pretty bad – but one of my favorite stories about them is here –An old Bear Bryant story. It don't cost nothing to be nice. |

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Thank for awesome data and nice foods.

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