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A place to buy pig, cow intestines, ear, etc.

mrxcol | Dec 26, 200802:17 PM     11

Hi everyone. Please i would like to ask you for help for finding a place for buying some meat cut my wife and i would love to taste again.

Please, excuse if i don't say the exact words. My native language is spanish, from Colombia, and maybe that's the reason why it's so difficult to find the parts here.

We're looking for a place to buy raw (not a restaurant but a butcher) the pig's small intestines, ear, rind (skin) which i think is called "oreilles de christ".

Additionally we'd like to know if somebody knows where to buy "morcilla" or "rellena" which is a kind of sausage made with pig's large intestine, parsley, rice, pepper, onion and so on.

Also, i'm looking for cow's lung. With this one we make something which is called "bofe" in spanish.

I appreciate any help you can give me. I haven't been able to find the in the market i've been to.

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