Chef’s table: Talking sense with tripe

This week, Pam Kelly, head chef at the famous Farmgate Café in the English Market in Cork, shares the recipes for four of her favourite things to cook, including the café’s legendary tripe

16th February, 2020
Chef’s table: Talking sense with tripe

Tripe and onions

Ingredients, serves four to six

450g of flat (also called blanket) and honeycomb tripe

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