Pickled pork

Pickled pork
a walk

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • spareribs — noun plural Etymology: by folk etymology from Low German ribbesper pickled pork ribs roasted on a spit, from Middle Low German, from ribbe rib + sper spear, spit Date: 1596 a cut of pork ribs separated from the bacon strip …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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