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Two of Cruz’s sisters were there, and several children played in the backyard as the adults ate menudo, a traditional Mexican soup, as well as handmade tortillas and salsa.
Guevara said the two would argue for days over silly disagreements, such as which type of soup was better — menudo or pozole.
Families and workers, most speaking Spanish, gather around plates of chilaquiles, street-style tacos, from brisket to blistering-hot chicken tinga, and steaming bowls of brick-red menudo, the restorative stew of beef tripe.
But what’s a little blood sausage and offal in a town that eats menudo for breakfast?
And the arrival of Alvaro (Pablo López), a relative just back from the Vietnam War, adds another stick of dynamite to the menudo.
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Origin and Etymology of menudo
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
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