PORK COLLAR — What is it? A pork collars is a two inch piece of meat cut between the head and shoulder. Most all pork collars are imported from Canada or Denmark. They are mostly used in place of a pork butt as a way to reduce cost. Below is a picture of pork collars cut into fried pork strips
This is a great basic way to serve La Quercia cured meats. This particular plate is coppa, but prosciutto, speck, and lomo are also perfect for a salumi platter. Serve with grissini or good bread. Or just eat it with your fingers for a tasty snack!
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