The Pennsylvania Dutch serve this pork loaf for breakfast, using cornmeal as a filler. It can be wonderful, spicy, rich, and aromatic—crispy on the outside and creamy on the interior. From "Mrs. Wheelbarrow's Practical Pantry."
Making salumi at home can be one of the most rewarding things a home cook can accomplish. And cured pork loin, aka Lonza, is one of the more delectable treats you can create with some very basic ingredients and the right environment.
Inspired by the local markets and flavoured with star anise and rosemary. I love using star anise with dark meat as it brings out a deep savoury flavour. Serve on crusty French bread with a few cornichons and green salad on the side.
Guanciale means pillow in Italian. It also means wicked badass cured pork cheek or jowl. It's an amazing concoction of fatty, porky sweet and salty goodness that will change your world and give you a new appreciation for pigs face.
Salumi lovers unite! Prosciutto is a favorite of many with the best coming from Italy. But did you know that prosciutto can be made with lamb as well? Follow along with this step-by-step guide to making this delicious cured meat in your own home.