Tripe stew at St. Jack, tripes a la mode de caen | St. Jack / Official
Offal, a term used to describe organ meats, are not always easily found in American supermarket butcher counters; more specialty markets seem to deliver the goods. However, many cultures across the globe have developed dishes to ensure no part of the animal goes to waste, from the depths of a bowl of Filipino dinuguan or French tripes à la mode de Caen, to crispy Mexican tripas or fried gizzards.
Even though Bistro Agnes’ veal sweetbreads and many other local offal-centric dishes are currently off the table due to
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