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From: "Gloria Harbach" <>
Subject: Re: [PACENTRE] Scot- Irish Traditions
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 23:09:39 -0400
What kind of suspicion would that be?? If they are pork cracklins and they butcher hogs in Alaska, then they would merely be the pork fat compressed in a device with strainer holes in the bottom to let the fat run thru a spout to a kettle which is then scooped into molds or pans to use as lard.
Grocery stores here in Alaska sell cracklins! They come in plastic buckets.
Can someone please confirm my suspicion of what they are?
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