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    Tripe

    Does anyone have any good recepies for tripe? I have never attempted to cook it. I once had it in chinese soup and it was different..

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    Google for tripe recipes; Mario Battali has an Italian version. My grandmother made braised trip, but I didn't much care for it.
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    Roman style tripe is delicious - tomato based with cheese. Chinese style is good too. English style with white sauce is abominable
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    Menudo, of course. You can make it with or without the hominy. And you could of course use any vegies you like. Soups are good like that.

    Menudo (soup) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Simmer the tripe in salted water until really soft, serve with slow-cooked pig cheeks and select greens all in a thick, gelatinous (from bone marrow) onion gravy. Heaven!

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    google 'pepper pot soup'
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    FYI:

    Serving Size: 1 oz
    Calories 24
    Calories from Fat 9.0
    Total Fat 1g
    Saturated Fat 0.4g
    Cholesterol 35mg
    Sodium 27mg
    Total Carbohydrate 0g
    Dietary Fiber 0g
    Sugars 0g
    Protein 3.4g
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    This is one reason I love eating Vietnamese and Thai food. Triiiiipe.

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    Yeah I pretty much get at least one bigass bowl of Pho a week from the vietnamese place next to my office because those guys put so much tripe in it that it's basically the most dominant meat in the dish.

    I love it.

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