Kip-Kap refers to one of the most common bar snacks which constitute a perfect addition to a cold glass of Belgian beer served by more than 800 bars surrounding Brussels. Kip-Kap actually refers to a plate of assorted jellied cold meat cuts, that usually includes pork cheeks.

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