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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Texas Tripe was notified of the contamination after several samples of its raw pet food tested positive for Salmonella and Listeria by the U.S.
Texas Tripe found a possible source of contamination and have since made the corrective action.
With a decision expected soon, we asked fans for questions or subjects they wanted discussing in this week's Tripe Supper.
But by the summer of 1994, Miles Platting's Tripe Colony - once pristine rows of terraced homes - were in a pitiful state.
The products, which contain raw pork or tripe, pose a health risk to both humans and pets and should be returned to the store where they were bought for a full refund.
As a foil to the sweet, salty chorizo and olives provide the savory component to the otherwise bland ox tripe. The spice comes from a bit of chili powder and black pepper.
EVER mind tripe, says my friend Louise Ainley of Honley.
Placing their right hands on the pot, its two newest members, Arlette Allix, 70, who used to work in communications, and her 71-year-old husband Christian swear to become ambassadors for tripe - specifically the famous skewered tripe of nearby Ferte-Mace - and to uphold Normandy's tradition 'of eating and drinking well'.
"The quality and source of beneficial bacteria is vital, and we have learned that grass-fed green tripe is a powerful source of probiotics as well as essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals."
He claimed his mother Helen cooked up tripe soaked in milk for his father during his childhood.
Please can we have that right now?' I was like, 'No, that's tomorrow's dinner, I've just cooked it early, you've got to have this instead', and they're like, 'No, no, no, please, please, please can we have it?' They just love fish head curry - and tripe!" Tripe is not fashionable.
Jen Farrow was not a fan either, declaring: "Oh my goodness what cringeworthy TV, such a shame to see comedy greats in this utter tripe."
"Flying Saucers Not A Load of Tripe" (September 24, 1968): "Flying saucers were the greatest mystery of our time and should not be dismissed as a load of tripe, Mr Wilf Grunau told Nuneaton Rotary Club.
I imagine chef Victor boiling the tripe to death in a broth along with the beef mask and ox tail, which have a lot of fat and gelatin in them.
"Tripe leaves me cold," Mrs Parkes confessed, "and groaty pudding got a collective thumbs-down - it was just bland.