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Crubeens (from Irish crúibín, meaning "pig's trotter")[1][2] are an Irish dish made of boiled pigs' feet which are then typically battered and fried. They are traditionally eaten by hand.[citation needed] The Irish singer Liam Clancy mentions them in a preamble to a version of the song "Galway Races". Crubeens are made from the pigs calves, and can be consumed fried, broiled, baked, etc.

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  1. ^ crúibín Foras na Gaeilge, 2013.
  2. ^ Crubeens (Crunchy Pigs' Trotters). European Cuisines. Retrieved: 2010-10-15.

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