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  • The boneless upper part of the pierna is commonly called pulpa.

    A Guide to Mexican Butcher Shops Part II: Pork and Lamb

  • The boneless upper part of the pierna is commonly called pulpa.

    A Guide to Mexican Butcher Shops Part II: Pork and Lamb

  • The boneless upper part of the pierna is commonly called pulpa.

    A Guide to Mexican Butcher Shops Part II: Pork and Lamb

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

  • Lots of wimpy cooks around here -- especially Mexican-Americans across the river in Del Rio -- also prepare a bland, thin version of pozole using a whole chicken or pierna de puerco instead of pig's head and feet.

    Menudo or Pozole?

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