Guanciale

Guanciale (ɡwanˈtʃaːle) is an Italian cured meat or salumi product prepared from pork jowl or cheeks. Its name is derived from guancia, Italian for cheek. Guanciale is similar to the jowl bacon of the United States. ==Production== Pork cheek is rubbed with salt, sugar, and spices (typically ground black pepper or red pepper and thyme or fennel...
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Guanciale

Guanciale is a kind of unsmoked Italian bacon prepared with pig's jowl or cheeks. Its name is derived from guancia, Italian for cheek
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Guanciale

Meat from the cheek of the pig that is lightly rubbed with salt, freshly ground black pepper or chili peppers, then cured for three months.
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