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Menudo (band)

Menudo was a Puerto Rican boy band that was formed in the 1970s by producer Edgardo Díaz. Menudo was also one of the biggest Latin boy bands in history, releasing their first album in 1977. The band achieved much success, especially during the 1980s, becoming the most popular Latin American teen musical group of the era. The group disbanded in 2009.

The band had several radio hits during its course. Their success led them to also release two feature films: Una Aventura Llamada Menudo and Menudo: La Película.

The band was a starting point for superstars like Ricky Martin and Draco Rosa, who were members around the mid-1980s during their youth.

Menudo (soup)

Menudo, or pancita ([little] gut or [little] stomach, from ; "Gut/Stomach") is a traditional Mexican soup, made with beef stomach ( tripe) in broth with a red chili pepper base. Usually, lime, chopped onions, and chopped cilantro are added, as well as crushed oregano and crushed red chili peppers.

Menudo is usually eaten with corn tortillas or other breads, such as bolillo. It is often chilled and reheated, which results in a more concentrated flavor. The popularity of menudo in Mexico is such that Mexico is a major export market for stomach tripe from US and Canadian beef producers.

Menudo (album)

Menudo is the name of three albums by Menudo.

The group released three self-titled albums in their history. The first one was in 1981, which was also released under the title Fuego.

The second one was Menudo's 17th album (second in English) released in 1985, featuring Charlie Massó, Roy Rosselló, Robi Rosa, Ricky Martin, and new Member Raymond Acevedo. Raymond replaced Ray Reyes after Ray had to be forced to leave the group because he grew too tall. Menudo's management reported that the move had to be made because his height was making the group look uneven. This album contains seven brand new songs plus three songs from their Evolución album translated into English. It also features their only song to reach the Billboard Hot 100: "Hold Me," which peaked at #62. A music video was released for this single. One of the band's most successful albums, Menudo is also notable for featuring two members who went on to become highly successful international stars as solo artists: Ricky Martin and Robi Rosa.

The third self-titled album was Menudo's 23rd (third in Portuguese) released in 1986, featuring Charlie Massó, Robi Rosa, Ricky Martin, Raymond Acevedo, and Sergio Blass. This album is the Portuguese version of Refrescante and once again the group's management decided to release the album using the same cover that was used for the Spanish version. This is the fourth and final album recorded by this line-up.


Menudo can refer to:

  • Menudo (band), boy band
    • Menudo (album), three of their albums went by this name
    • Menudo: La Reunion (2005), a music project composed of former band members
  • Menudo (soup), traditional Mexican soup
  • Menudo (stew), Filipino meat stew
Menudo (stew)

Menudo is a traditional stew from the Philippines. Unlike the Mexican dish of the same name, it is not made with tripe and red chili sauce but rather with sliced pork and calf's liver in tomato sauce.

The dish is made using garlic, onions, tomato, sliced or diced pork, liver (from pig or calf), diced potato, raisins, diced carrots, green bell peppers, soy sauce, vinegar or calamansi and tomato sauce, and seasoned with salt and pepper while it is cooked.

It is locally called ginamay in Cebu.

Usage examples of "menudo".

Light mariachi music came from the center unit and the wonderful smells of simmering menudo and fresh-cut cilantro and, when I drew closer, the sound of a woman singing with the music.

He drifted instead, with Everett and Gina Vercours, toward the menudo and its vendor, Bernal Guerrero.

He adored guacamole, chile relleno, barbacoa, menudo, albondigas soup and tequila with anything.

Frank Conyers was carved up as if someone was trying to make menudo out of him.

Margaritas, mariachis, and menudo, he summed it up, cringing at the prospect.

He adored guacamole, chile relleno, barbacoa, menudo, albondigas soup and tequila with anything.

Los pictos, los atlantes y los lemurios eran sus generales, sus estadistas y a menudo hasta sus reyes.

It's just like the early days of Beatlemania, The Bay City Rollers, or Menudo.

Me había preguntado a menudo cómo me las arregla­ría en un duelo con arma blanca y frente a un enemigo aguerrido.