Looking for fresh jowl? Heritage Foods USA has you covered.

by admin on December 18, 2007 · 1 comment

One more post about cured meats and then we promise we’re done for the year. After last week’s root source on pancetta, we heard from our pals at Heritage Foods USA, who have just started offering fresh pork belly and jowls.

If you’re unfamiliar with Heritage Foods USA, it’s a company that works with small farms around the country to market and sell sustainably raised and grown heritage food.

If you’ve been itching to make your own pancetta and guanciale, HF will ship you one 10-lb. slab of skinless pork belly and two 2.5-lb. pieces of skinless pork jowl. The total is $95, including shipping. (HF also offers a 6-lb. slab of guanciale from Manhattan’s Salumeria Biellese.)

Reference: How to Make Pancetta (Chow)
Reference: The Art of the Cure (Morning News)
Video: Momofuku Noodle Bar’s Steamed Pork Belly Buns (Martha Stewart)

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