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  • Eat lampredotto, a special street-cart sandwich, when you're in Florence, says David Rocco, producer and host of David Rocco's La Dolce Vita, launching on the Cooking Channel this month.

    Must-Try Foods Of The World

  • Porchetta is nothing compared to lampredotto - provided that you like the maw of a cow boiled in water with spices.

    A Tasty Sandwich Near Siena - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Eat lampredotto, a special street-cart sandwich, when you're in Florence, says David Rocco, producer and host of

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  • The lampredotto is quite a sight for the texturally squeamish - a steaming hot roll of tripe, made from the fourth (or last) stomach, which means not only is it the softest and leanest part, it's the damned ugliest too, with the colour of, let's be polite and say mud, and the most wobblesome properties of all.

    The Guardian World News

  • The lampredotto was dominated, flavour-wise, by the spicy sauce lathered on top. boiled in milk and served with onions (a combination my colleague appealingly describes as tasting "like a sweaty hot water bottle"), a treatment that's also used in Ireland where it's commonly served with drisheen.

    The Guardian World News

  • The good folk of Florence can't get enough of the lampredotto, with representative cross sections of Florentine society queuing throughout the day at the city's abundant kiosks.

    The Guardian World News

  • It seemed clear that there was no escaping the texture, so I felt there was nothing for it but to throw caution aside on a subsequent visit to Florence, the land of the lampredotto.

    The Guardian World News

  • Italy has many street food traditions, ranging from Rome’s simple and omnipresent pizza squares and supplì (a deep-fried rice ball with a melting heart of mozzarella cheese), to the more demanding Florentine lampredotto (a bread roll filled with succulent strips of boiled gut topped with oily parsley and chili dressings).

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