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jen kalb | Sep 27, 2013 06:25 AM

Ive not seen Lardo (the delicate salumi like Lardo di colonnata) served in Italy except for thin slices layered on bread (bruschetta) or on gnocchi fritti or similar in Emilia. Wondering, are there other dishes served in Italian restaruants in which it is used as an ingredient? I have a chunk of lovely Spanish lardo just now.

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