Pig Ears | KCET
When Huell's bartender at Musso & Frank told Huell how much he liked to eat pig ears as a child.... well Huell dove right in and learned a lot more than he expected about different cultures and this culinary treat.
To see a Latin spin on how pig ears are prepared, Huell stops by Gaytan Foods and sees the pickled pig ears. Then he meets up with Ruben (from Musso's) at Durango Restaurant where they cook them just like him Mom used to. Finally, he samples a gelatinous Asian delicacy at the Chung King Restaurant.
All in all its an amazing and tasty way to bring cultures together, and as always your invited to try them out yourself...
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