The strip of fat from the upper part of a side of pork, usually dried and salt-cured.(noun)
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Use "fatback" in a sentence
"Like fatback is a staple in green, black eyed peas and purple hulls"
"Some offal is more straightforward in name, such as fatback (literally, back fat) and caul fat (a fatty membrane surrounding pig intestines)."
"We were fed a great feast of black-eyed peas with pieces of fatback and skillet bread."