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Load of tripe

Tripe is no longer a popular and economical ingredient… I’m not sure if it is even economical any more as I think probably only speciality butchers would sell it. 422 more words


LET'S COOK IT: Tripe with chickpeas and chorizo

This is a recipe that all started a few weeks ago when visiting the tapas bar Sr. Guilho and had a delicious “callos”, a tripe stew cooked with chickpeas and chorizo, rich with smokey tones from the tender chorizo and pimenton. 990 more words


Saturday tripe

I was a very picky eater growing up. There were so many things that I wouldn’t touch then. Fish (with the rather curious exception of fish fingers and canned tuna), onions, butter, anything leafy and green. 1,147 more words


Premier Mars and Tripes à la Neuchâteloise

An annual hike on the first day of March through the canton of Neuchâtel, known as the Marche du Premier Mars, symbolizes the march taken by revolutionaries to overthrow the rule of a Prussien King and establish a democratic form of government in 1848. 659 more words


A lust for coffee cake

Below is an article I wrote for the very beautiful and very brilliant Sabor magazine.  In it I chart the role food played when I first met my boyfriend, … 1,375 more words

When in Normandy... eat as the Normans eat

If you’re in Normandy and wondering what to eat, tripes à la mode de Caen is a must-try. This Caen-style tripe casserole is one of the most unique and iconic dishes of the region, originating from the Middle Ages and passed down from grandmother to grandchild. 405 more words