Definitions

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  • noun An Italian dish of fatty bacon prepared from pig cheeks.

Etymologies

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From Italian guanciale, from guancia ("cheek")

Examples

  • This restaurant makes one of her favorite versions of spaghetti carbonara, but instead of bacon, it's prepared with guanciale, which is cured pork cheek.

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  • At Sunday's Bloomingdale Farmers Market, find pints of pickled beets, sauerkraut, fermented salsa and bloody mary mix, pickled hot pepers in half-pint jars; new cured meats such as guanciale, lonzino and lomo; Painted Hand will have goat; Garner expects to have sweet corn; Snow Bear will have Romaine and purple Osaka mustard greens; Copper Pot will have mallard duck ragout.

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  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • Order an appetite-exciting 5th Amendment cocktail and a guanciale pizza.

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  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • Kelly Gaddis 'asparagus panna cotta with fermented black garlic, hollandaise powder, egg, and guanciale

    Star chefs, star recipes, single burners

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • “Home court advantage!” cheered Kelly Gaddis of Savor at McCaw Hall, the “host chef,” who had us seeing stars with an asparagus panna cotta with fermented black garlic, hollandaise powder, egg, and guanciale that left us talking for 10 minutes about how much we missed Porcella.

    Star chefs, star recipes, single burners

  • So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

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