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 Sesos, Buche, Tripas--Que?

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Sesos, Buche, Tripas--Que? Thu, 08/24/06 4:02 PM (permalink)
I am always intrigued by the unknown. This time was no exception. I went to a taco shop yesterday that has sesos, buche, and tripas with no explanation. And no one spoke any English. In any event, I ordered all 3 types of taco. The sesos (I believe, I'm still not sure which was which) was a crunchy gluey substance that tasted like crispy fat. The buche had a pungent meaty smell, like beef cologne. The tripas was a little creamy, kind of inbetween the sesos and the buche; aromatic yet fatty. I have to admit I liked all three. But one taco is enough when it comes to such greasy textures.

Would someone please tell me what in the world I ate? I have a feeling it was not filet mignon.
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