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The Irish word for pig"s trotter; strictly speaking only the rear feet of a pig (as the front feet have little meat), and are generally sold pickled. See 'Cruibins/Cruibeen, to cook'; ' 'Jambon persillé'; 'Rémoulade Sauce'

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