Pork Intestines, Anyone?
"Isaw", pork intestines and other inner organs, marinaded in a variety of flavors and barbecued, a Filipino street delicacy. Tradition has it that when the Spaniards ruled the Philippines from the 16th to 19th century, Filipinos forced into slave labor were fed waste offal or internal organs from farm animals whose meat were reserved only for their Spanish masters. Thus Filipinos developed a taste for preparing and cooking such unwanted internal organs.
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