A classic with a funny story

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The crispy munchies called “oreille de crisse”, less colourfully known in English as deep-fried pork rinds, is attributed to a cook who offered “oreilles du grand crisse” to his customers, because they looked exactly like the ears of one of his clients, a strapping prize-fighter who ate at his place often.  

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