What is that? Is that from Ramsey?
Uncle Jack is right, it’s Andouillette…tripe is a euphemism for stomach/intestines (Uncle Jack is that right?). I had this in Normandy since it is a specialty there!
I thought that looked like intestines. I had intestines once in France, but it didn’t look as pretty as your dish. Was it good?
The intestines were quite tasty! As disgusting as that sounds, it is the truth!
It does sound disgusting…
I had to look that up! I think you’re too old to use that!
You can never be too old for internet slang!
This is adventurous!I had to look this one up but you ate Andouillette. a coarse ground pork sausage made with tripe. I know Andouille, the Cajun version which is spicy and links are smaller in diameter. I also noticed the cream sauce. Nomandy, the land of the of the the land of the three “C”s, cream, Calvados (apples), and Camembert, What did you think of this dish?
My host insisted I try this….I was surprised, it was rather tasty! I had to use some cognitive control and not think about the contents too much, but I did enjoy it! The sauce was also very good. During my visit, I had all the c’s you mentioned, although I think calvados is some sort of brandy-like alcohol (made from apples maybe?). I also had some cider from the area which was excellent.
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