The pig and the pulpit. The risk of assuming
My husband and I married in mid-life. We have a lot in common, and also a lot of differences. The most obvious difference being that he is an African-American from the South, and I am an Caucasian American from the North. A less significant difference being that he knew all about chitlins, and I had never heard of them. For those of you like me…chitlins are the intestines of pigs that are “cleaned” and cooked for human consumption. There’s a lot of history behind that tradition and here’s a taste.