Tripe (disambiguation)

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Tripe is a type of edible offal from the stomachs of various domestic animals, and is also an informal term for nonsense or rubbish.

Tripe Edible offal from the stomachs of various farm animals

Tripe is a type of edible lining from the stomachs of various farm animals. Most tripe is from cattle and sheep.

Tripe may also refer to:

John Swete clergyman, artist, antiquary, historian, and topographer

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Linnaeus Tripe British photographer

Linnaeus Tripe was a British photographer, best known for his photographs of India and Burma taken in the 1850s.

Mollie Tripe New Zealand painter and art teacher (1870-1939)

Mary Elizabeth Tripe, generally known as Mollie Tripe, was a New Zealand artist and art teacher.

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Offal, also called variety meats, pluck or organ meats, refers to the internal organs and entrails of a butchered animal. The word does not refer to a particular list of edible organs, which varies by culture and region, but includes most internal organs excluding muscle and bone. As an English mass noun, the term "offal" has no plural form. Some cultures strongly consider offal as food to be taboo, while others use it as everyday food, or in delicacies. Certain offal dishes—including foie gras, pâté and sweetbread—are considered gourmet food in international cuisine. Others remain part of traditional regional cuisine and may be consumed especially in connection with holidays. This includes Scottish haggis, Jewish chopped liver, U.S. chitterlings, Mexican menudo as well as many other dishes. Intestines are traditionally used as casing for sausages.

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<i>Sopa de mondongo</i>

Sopa de mondongo is a soup made from diced tripe slow-cooked with vegetables such as bell peppers, onions, carrots, cabbage, celery, tomatoes, cilantro (coriander), garlic or root vegetables. The dish is generally prepared in former Spanish colonies in Latin America and the Caribbean, and in the Philippines.

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Tripe chorba

Tripe chorba is a chorba (soup) made with tripe. It is widely considered to be a hangover remedy.

Goto (food)

Goto, also known as arroz caldo con goto, is a Filipino rice and beef tripe gruel cooked with ginger and garnished with toasted garlic, scallions, black pepper, and chicharon. It is usually served with calamansi, soy sauce, or fish sauce (patis) as condiments, as well as a hard-boiled egg. It is a type of lugaw.