ciappa e la francese

/CHYAHP-pah eh lah frahn-CHEH-seh/
[Italian]

"The cap and the Frenchwoman." This describes a combination of the caul which covers the brain and curly tripe from the stomach lining, which is thought to resemble a French lady's coiffure. This combination is traditionally used in making b├╝secca, a thick soup which also contains white beans and vegetables.

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