tripe


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Synonyms for tripe

lining of the stomach of a ruminant (especially a bovine) used as food

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She then proceeded to tell me how she'd once made tripe and onions for our radio pals Boogie and Arlene on Forth 1.
More specifically it's a derivative of tripe and it's served with ground grains like a polenta-type substance and a few chillies.
I took my first tentative sip ofthe mixture, made from honeycomb tripe, which had comb a texture like thick potato soup.
The former steel worker, 74, explained that tripe detoxifies the blood, and contains zinc, magnesium, potassium, iron and calcium, which makes for great hangover cure.
Now-extinct shops that a Victorian shopper would have frequented included the gun merchant, as pistols could be carried without a licence until 1870; tripe dressers, which sold the Victorian delicacy of animal stomachs; and leech merchants, which were recommended by doctors for the removal of bad blood.
For the tripe: Rinse tripe very thoroughly with cold water until water runs clean and there is no detectable grit.
I HAVE never read such innate tripe as 'Name and address supplied' letter in Thursday's letters page October 18.
Tripe palm or palmar acanthosis nigricans is a condition in which there is a velvety, rugose thickening of palm, occasionally soles with an enhanced dermatoglyphic pattern resembling 'tripe' (the villous lining of ruminant stomach).
On Brummies hating tripe, cheese, olives and oysters @debski2222: You've just described me, so it must be true
Managing Director jean-Luc Reynie reports that the Ishida multihead has upped production by 30% for tripe products alone.
Tracie said: "We feel it's important to have a tripe recipe because we used to have a tripe stall in the market and tripe is still sold by the butchers here.
Instead, he explores the cultural history of grub such as Wigan pies, tripe, Lobscouse (the dish Scousers get their name from), Blackpool fish and chips and Wakefield rhubarb--and the terroir argument here is tenuous at best.
I mix it with tripe and chicken puppy food to make it a bit more palatable and they quite like that.