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Old 05-16-2008, 09:42 AM   #1
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JB's favorite Mexican recipe

I got a new "Discada" for frying and making Paella. I added about a cup of milk to the tripas to prevent shrinkage. I ate all of those that night.. Mexican food appetizers... Yum Yum Thanks JB!!!














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Old 05-16-2008, 12:24 PM   #2
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What part of the animal are those things...
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What part of the animal are those things...
What Rag said. What are those?
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Here ya go. Tripas, also known as Machitos, in Mexican cuisine are small intestines of farm animals that have been cleaned, boiled and grilled. ...

Good stuff indeed! Great job sapo.
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in the South, that'd be chittlins. Which I've never tried.
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in the South, that'd be chittlins. Which I've never tried.
Chitterlings are from pigs. Tripas are from cattle...Beef.. Jb can the grease be used to make french fries taste like the original Mc donald kind?
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Double Double Dammit Boy Ucko TexAss folks eat the strangest things
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It's all nasty.

Except yours SS.....Yours looks very delicious.
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innards are for putting sausage into....

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I can't believe someone from SLa is saying this....
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Fried innerds?

I'd eat it.

Forget tripe though. I can't stay in the kitchen with that stuff cookin. I have tasted it though and while it wasn't even close to a favorite, it was edible.
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Here ya go. Tripas, also known as Machitos, in Mexican cuisine are small intestines of farm animals that have been cleaned, boiled and grilled. ...

Good stuff indeed! Great job sapo.
How in the hell does a guy from NY know that???

Actually I thought they were dog schlongs.
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Here ya go. Tripas, also known as Machitos, in Mexican cuisine are small intestines of farm animals that have been cleaned, boiled and grilled. ...

Good stuff indeed! Great job sapo.
How in the hell does a guy from NY know that???

Actually I thought they were dog schlongs.
A guy from PA would know what dog scholongs look like.
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Shitlins would be a better name for those things!
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I'm trying to figger out how you fry them in milk. Whuts up with that?
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I'm trying to figger out how you fry them in milk. Whuts up with that?
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I don't fry them in milk. I add milk to the raw tripas at the beginning, then it evaporates and the fat is left for them to fry in.. Comprende?
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