1. WHAT IS IT? AKA: passiflora, apricot vine, grenadilla, maracuja, maracuya Countries of origin: Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina Plant of origin: Passiflora edulis History: The name Flor de las cinco llagas or “flower of the five wounds” was given by 16th-century Catholic Spanish missionaries when they visited South America. The passion flower was seen as a symbol of Christ’s crown of…
Rare to find, but a treasure to eat.
Oil doesn’t just come from olives.
————————————— BASIC INFO Names: jowl bacon, guanciale (gwan-CHAH-leh) Animal: pig About: These cured, smoked pork cheeks are popular in the Southern United States where they’re traditionally eaten with black-eyed peas and collard greens. In Italy, they’re rub with salt, black pepper, sugar, and other spices, then let it sit for 3 days to produce Guanciale. Why is it better than…
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Don’t let the slim scare you away.