Translation of offal in Spanish:

offal

despojos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔfəl//ˈɑfəl//ˈɒf(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    Cooking
    (masculine plural) despojos
    (feminine plural) asaduras
    (feminine plural) achuras River Plate
    (masculine plural) interiores Chile
    • Industry analysts say the meat is filling shelves left empty by Japan's continuing ban on US beef and offal, after a single case of BSE was detected late last year.
    • Certain limited measures were introduced which undermined this claim, including a ban on the use of specified bovine offals in the human food chain.
    • Around 10 makers of tripe and animal feed received offal and meat products from the same BSE-tainted herd.
    • Eating offal is not about bravado, it's a completely wonderful flavour.
    • I was listening to a farmer on the radio who said: ‘We don't just scrape up diseased sheep offal and feed it to cows.’
    • Foods to avoid include red meat, particularly game, offal, beef, pork and lamb.
    • And, for the most part, the dishes didn't rely on offal or odd ingredients - no nose-to-tail cooking here.
    • Sheep offal in cattle feed was banned in 1989.
    • A main course of veal and veal offal was very good indeed.
    • The tariffs hit products as diverse as tomatoes, glue, onions, truffles, chocolate, mustard and animal offal.
    • Pork offal fetches a higher price in the market than does the animal's fillet.
    • The butchers had belly of pork, breast of lamb, brisket of beef, neck of lamb, offal such as liver and heart, and hock of bacon.
    • The firm was one of seven renderers in the state that processed animal offal into meat and bonemeal.
    • It is made with many offal tidbits, it is necessary to cook the offals separately before they are combined and cooked together.
    • An advisory was given to manufacturers of baby foods not to include ruminant offals in their products.
    • The foundation said consumers should for the time being avoid eating beef offal.
    • They were invited to sample haggis, the national dish of Scotland - that spicy mix of offal, suet and vegetables, delicately encased in sheep's intestines.
    • Anyway, about twice a year I still get the primeval urge to eat offal.
    • These are made of liver, fat bacon, and sometimes sweetbreads or other offal or lean pork, with garlic, sometimes shallots, and herbs and spices - but not with breadcrumbs or other cereal.
    • At this point I realised that although I had always hated offal of any kind, I had actually missed eating certain meats, really missed them.
  • 2US

    (garbage)
    basura feminine
    • While disappointed that someone would dump offal, he said he had been encouraged by the council's response to his call.
    • Business owners were sickened when bags of offal were dumped near their premises in the River Darwen.
    • The deceased died as the result of the accident which occurred while he was unloading offal into an enclosed pit at the plant in Cahir.
    • There's still that familiar stench, a mixture of open sewers, rotting rubbish and offal from street butchers' stalls mixed with dust and petrol fumes.
    • These seagulls are feeding on the effluent from the farm and are also feeding on the food and offal associated with the caged minks.
    • The early targets had been water supplies contaminated by human waste, slaughterhouse offal, and garbage.
    • They swim up rivers and are often the first to use areas where fishermen dump their offal.
    • Though our smaller processors may not be able to sell offal as the larger plants do, they can certainly bypass rendering plant fees and even sell the finished compost.