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Never would have connected Serbia and fried chicken in my life!

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Lard was drummed out of cooking because it was bad for you. Turns out that its replacements were worse.

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Dave, they sell lard/"manteca" by the large pail in the grocery stores down here not 90 minutes from Mexico.


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Rendered lard is readily available. A lot of custom abattoirs will also render lard. It's not hard to do your own either from leaf and caul fat.


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Ann, I am told the very best lard for frying and pastry baking is rendered bear lard.


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Bill, I have never tried bear lard but use the Manteca/ Puerco frequently in my Mexican cooking + BTW, it makes a great cylinder sealant on my BP revolvers. Big Grin


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Bill:

"I love dogs so much more than people." in the Recipes forum made me think few seconds ;-)

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"I love dogs so much more than people." in the Recipes forum made me think few seconds ;-)

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That reminds me of the joke about 2 immigrant men arriving on Ellis Island + then after hitting the New York streets + being hungry accosted a hot dog seller + when they had their dogs the one guy asks the other, what do you think about the food? The other guy says, I don't know yet, what part of the dog did you get?


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Any fine pastry shop uses lard.....
 
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That's true; hard to improve perfection using inferior products. I for one am adamant about using old recipes ingredients. Hell, we are all going to die sometime, but there's no reason to check out after eating 2nd rate food.


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but there's no reason to check out after eating 2nd rate food.

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"I love dogs so much more than people." in the Recipes forum made me think few seconds ;-)

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