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We eat chitlins! A piggy preview

The Brooklyn Paper

As a nifty little preview of GO Brooklyn’s series of stories on the glory of pork, The Brooklyn Paper staff downed a plate of chitlins. This is the kind of footage you’ll only see on BrooklynPaper.com!

If you don’t love chiltlins like our own Ben Muessig, you’ll certainly enjoy GO Brooklyn’s roundup of the best places to eat — and drink — pork around the borough.

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A O from bklyn says:
the papers version of "fear factor"
so what did you win beside bad indigestion!
hopefully to never do that again!
March 4, 2009, 2 pm

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