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  • He brought his tartufo, a salami made with truffles, and sopressata, which is cured with garlic-infused wine, to the U.S. to show potential business partners.

    The Two Malcontents

  • I like to encourage experimentation, though I advise against radical deviations such as sopressata and bananas.


  • Offering fantastic bread, cheeses, produce, and cured meats such as sopressata and pepperoni, it was a great pit stop when my band played in town, and definitely more economical and tasty than hitting a greasy spoon for road snacks.

    Lost At E Minor: For creative people

  • The Creminelli sopressata, a sort of glorified pepperoni, won out as the best meat.

    Serena Dai: Chicago's Lush Wine And Spirits: Paradise for Gourmet Lovers

  • This tasted remarkably like a pan fried sopressata, somewhat on the gamy side, but no unpleasantly so.

    NJ Dining: Chengdu 1 (UPDATED August 2009)

  • Our lunch could feed a busload of tourists: a meat plate with prosciutto and sopressata, tortellini en brodo, and successive dishes sampling all the pastas we've made (finished with Alessandra's sauces that she's been cooking in a nearby open kitchen).

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Bringing Home a Taste of Bologna

  • Monte's prides itself on homemade pastas, including the tortelloni Monte's, stuffed with cheese and Swiss chard, and curing its own sopressata.

    Fern Siegel: Stage Door: Chicago

  • During my visit, with just the three of us, dinner arrived on time, at about 8 p.m., and stretched into very pleasant hours, a few slices of sopressata sprinkled with orange zest here, a pork liver stuffed with fennel and bay leaves there, accompanied by Vicarello's own very pricey and astonishingly elegant wine, grown right outside the window.

    The Other Tuscany

  • "We're taking a leadership position in the category," he said, referring to inoculations, though he may just as well have been referring to the prepackaged sopressata.

    Beauty Counter Makeover

  • Kate and Brad both helped themselves to thick slices of garlic sausage, sopressata, and hard cured cheese.

    Substitute Me

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