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Model Technical and Interest => Aprilia, Ardennes and Ardea => Topic started by: BlueSky on 15 August, 2012, 12:37:39 AM



Title: Hot Tripe
Post by: BlueSky on 15 August, 2012, 12:37:39 AM
We havenít heard from the Stainless Steven Aprilia for some time but Andrew has finally smudged his greasy fingers over his iPad screen and bashed out three exciting new chapters, including a special one for all those lovers tripe. Iím sure there are LMC members out there who remember the UCP stores.? We even have a poll for everyone to express their opinion.

Personally I hate the stuff, probably because when I was kid my mother used to boil the stuff for hours and serve it with a terrible watery white sauce.

If you are now totally confused chapter six will explain all, but read four and five first.

http://www.narrywoolan.com.au/home/Stainless_Stephen_4.html

Noel


Title: Re: Hot Tripe
Post by: fay66 on 15 August, 2012, 08:36:11 AM
We havenít heard from the Stainless Steven Aprilia for some time but Andrew has finally smudged his greasy fingers over his iPad screen and bashed out three exciting new chapters, including a special one for all those lovers tripe. Iím sure there are LMC members out there who remember the UCP stores.? We even have a poll for everyone to express their opinion.

Personally I hate the stuff, probably because when I was kid my mother used to boil the stuff for hours and serve it with a terrible watery white sauce.

If you are now totally confused chapter six will explain all, but read four and five first.

http://www.narrywoolan.com.au/home/Stainless_Stephen_4.html

Noel


The smell was enough to put you off for life, let alone eating it :o
Brian
8227 8)


Title: Re: Hot Tripe
Post by: johnturner on 15 August, 2012, 01:30:03 PM
I have just rediscovered tripe since I found it for sale in my local Morrisons here in London. I had previously had to rely on my occasional visits to Wigan market hall. Straight out of the packet, cold, and well soused in vinegar, salt and pepper it is absolutely delicious, and must be one of the cheapest foods available with the same protein as best steak at about one tenth the price. And yes, I do remember UCP (United Cattle Products) and their associated Voses restaurants; tripe, cowheel, brawn, polony....
John


Title: Re: Hot Tripe
Post by: JohnMillham on 15 August, 2012, 02:38:26 PM
I was evacuated during the war to Manchester (Salford) where we frequently had tripe and onions. Ghastly stuff, as I remember it!
 Regards, John