Irish for a pig's foot, a delicacy rich in taste and possibly high in cholesterol. They are boiled and served with cabbage, or can be boiled then sauteed in butter for a richer cholesterol dose, the latter way with a lot of chips. Sometimes they're even pickled, jellied and served with beer and brown bread. They also come smoked, served with Colman's mustard. Bon appetit!
Jimmy Joyce loved them and had them prominently in his books. My grandpa could eat two or three at a sitting, but it's a lot of work sifting out the bones.
Sentence: I'd give my right arm for a nice, juicy crubeen right now.