You won't be eatin' so much yourself, but these Injuns ain't got no bottom when it comes to sow-belly.
Then a slice of sow-belly was toasted on a stick, the outer skin of the onions removed—and dinner was ready.
The man was throwing strips of “sow-belly” into the pan, and the coffee water was already set upon the flaming wood.
We had our usual dinner of sow-belly a la mode, and hard-tack a la mouldy.
In the place of porterhouse steaks there would be sow-belly and corn bread, and a very dry section to live in.
The salt meat, as a rule, was pickled pork and fat side meat, which latter "table comfort" the boys called "sow-belly."
Fat salt pork, or bacon (1867+)