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  • There is also a variety of cured meats such as the Lomo Embuchado, $7 a dry-cured spiced pork tenderloin.

    Stage Is Set for Tequila

  • Not just any bacon, Piggy Pops' smoky ingredient is dry-cured on the premises by husband-and-wife chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart of Sonoma Valley's Zazu Restaurant & Farm.

    The (Trick or) Treats

  • The bacon is dry-cured and served on a floury, partially toasted bap, with a dollop of surprisingly good tomato chutney.

    Belfast's top 10 budget eats

  • I don't know about London (where Abby lives), but in the US, chorizo comes in many sizes and forms, including fresh and dry-cured, and is imported from many different countries.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I ended up using a dry-cured chorizo seasoned with hot smoked paprika made in Spain by Palacios (and bought at Sagaya in Anchorage).

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • There is a ham seller with delicious, dry-cured Jinhua hams from its namesake city in Zhejiang Province south of Shanghai.

    Shock of Gray

  • For the sausage, I prefer to use dry-cured chorizo Palacios is a good brand, but fresh is also fine.

    The City Cook

  • Capocollo is a dry-cured boneless pork shoulder butt that can be enjoyed in salads or sandwiches.

    More of America’s Most Wanted Recipes

  • The Tamworth is suited to both quality pork and bacon production and, although historically it was noted in the Midlands as a pork pig, it now is mostly promoted for dry-cured bacon which commands a premium in speciality markets.

    Archive 2007-06-17

  • Since our hotel called in advance, appetizers were already awaiting as we walked in, greeted with a pink spiral of sweet shrimp, fruity olives sprinkled with lemon zest at glistening with olive oil, a delicious crab pate, slices of bread and presunto, a dry-cured ham similar to prosciutto.

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