Wow. Did you cure this or buy this and where can I get some?!?
LeahYes, I made this. If you want some and live near the farm you can just drive over and buy it. Otherwise, you can email me and I will try to help you. (I like the "Nosher" handle. It's not a word I see very often nowadays.)
I think I saw Mark Bittman make this once with some aluminum foil he folded into a little "pan" and poured vinegar. salt, and pepper into.Yeah, I think it was on Oprah.
I believe he called it "Guanciale con Patina."
TagsWho is Oprah?
You might think that she was a character in a Kafka short story, but reality laid claim to surrealism long before Franz was a twinkle in his mother's eye.
What timing! I was just wondering out loud what to do with 2 packs of jowls in the freezer...
i am a huge fan. it's just about my favorite pork product. michael boned a rabbit and rolled the saddles with the leftover bits of meat taken from the legs etc. stuffed inside, he then secured the saddles by wrapping them with thin sheets of guanciale cut from the top (to get big pieces). he pan fried them and then finished in the oven and it was amazingly good. i think there was thyme involved. anyway, i loved it.
barded. that's what the rabbit was. (i read down - and i learned something. thanks!)
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