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  • Well i looked on the net; some say buche is pig cheeks and others say it is pig stomach.

    I'd rather eat glass than....

  • And I have seen these same people climb out of their BMWs, Audi's, Hummers etc in their Christian Louboutin shoes stand at the corner taco stand along with the rest of us chusma, having their tacos de tripa or buche.

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  • "And I have seen these same people climb out of their BMWs, Audi's, Hummers etc in their Christian Louboutin shoes stand at the corner taco stand along with the rest of us chusma, having their tacos de tripa or buche."

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  • The buche de noel was pagan as well -- as were the potato latkes, rugelach and petites fours.

    Erica Jong: More Light, More Light

  • Elle voulait du fromage de brebis mais genre emmental quoi pas une buche (j'sais po comment on appelle ca XD)

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • I'd say more about all of this, but I have to run out and order another buche de Noel (That's a Christmas log) for John and Connie.

    Jill Robinson: Christmas in London

  • The usual prescription for a healthy heart -- exercise, don't smoke, avoid fat in your diet -- is just so tedious, especially in a season when exercise means hoisting a glass of eggnog and no fat means declining that second slab of buche de Noel.

    Health: A Toast To Lower Cholesterol

  • Is it possible, my dear Emilie, that you do not remember the difference between this _buche_ of a Mad.

    Tales and Novels — Volume 06

  • One of the best-known Christmas cakes is the French buche de Noel, or yule log.

    The Daily News - News

  • The French buche de Noel, or yule log, is one of the desserts being served up around the world this holiday season.

    The Daily News - News

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