Jesse T Sheidlower jester at PANIX.COM
Sat Jan 29 18:11:24 UTC 2000

> I heard either _pig cheeks_ or _beef cheeks_, or maybe both on NPR this
> morning (1/29/00).  Very fatty food, they said.  Quite a fad, they added.
> Any ideas about the origin (time and place)?

In what part of the world? Beef cheeks have been increasingly
popular in the U.S. for at least a few years now, but in other
countries they've been eaten for ages.

It's a transparent compound, anyway--just the cheeks of beef.

Jesse Sheidlower
<jester at>

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