Jim and I are working on his trip report together. We will have the next days added soon.
Jim, are you not traveling with Dana Facaros' Italian Food Decoder on your phone or tablet? We never go to Italy without it! Her definition: "A traditional Palermo snack, stigghiola are lamb intestines, typically grilled out on the street (sometimes wrapped around a leek or a scallion) and served with a little parsley and lemon. They are said to give the menfolk a little extra zip."It is one of those big Sicilian fixed menus...endless appetizers with the possibility of repeats of favorites, a skippable duo of pastas which were followed by plentiful and delicious plates of sausage, pork, lamb chops and a Palermitan specialty (that we had to look up on the internet)--stigghiola.
We don't have the menu decoder....at this time , we usually rely on the internet for unknown or unfamiliar items. But we used to travel with Maureen and Howard's Dictionary, but now leave it home on the shelf.