I can already feel Donna rolling her eyes. I'm like that, um, ham, who runs out onto a Broadway stage and flings out his arms ... and then silence. Well, it is my theater here, and I don't exactly sell tickets, and at least it's not a political ad! Brian Polcyn and I are very proud of our new book, Salumi: The Italian Craft of Dry Curing, about how to make your own pancetta, guanciale, coppa, and other dry-cured wonders in the grand and ancient tradition of Italy. There's a reason one of the oldest examples of early civilization still exists. Because everyone can do it, and because it's delicious. Granted, not everyone wants a piece of meat hanging from the chandelier for three weeks, but for those demented and wonderful souls who do, this book is for you. You ...
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