Love Tito Al's Salt, Vinegar AND Garlic flavored pork rinds! They're crazy delicious. I tend to eat them straight since they have so much flavor. If I have regular pork rinds or other flavors I dip in a mix of vinegar, garlic, dash of sugar + chilies
Anyone know of a local source or really anywhere that I might be able to buy chicken intestines?
I've searched Findlay market and even Jungle Jim's (and yes got tons of strange looks) but can't find anyone who sells chicken intestines - kinda weird considering you can get pig intestines at Kroger.
Any help would be appreciated!
I've budgeted $140 with $30 of that going to a 4lb HoneyBaked ham my family wants.
That's for 10 adults and 3 kids so a total of 13. I'm also assuming that everybody will get at least one lunch out of the leftovers.
I am buying a 12lb Amish turkey at $1.79/lb from our local farmer's market although I know my local grocery is advertising a special of $.79/lb for the normal Butterball's.
As far as what I'm planning:
To make all this though I definitely haunt my local farmers market and I'm part of a CSA too so we'll see what comes in the box that can be used toward Thanksgiving.