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April 20, 2011


They do the whole pig roast in the Lazio region (around Rome.) It's a popular festival food - and I totally didn't buy a porchetta sandwich, eat it, and jump right back in the queue for a second one. Nope, not at all...

Thank you! I've eaten this at the Holy Rosary Festa in Ansonia, Connecticut (not far from "your people" in New Haven) but never seen a recipe.

And just like that...more memories of my sweet Grandma Bella come flooding back to me after one of your posts! (My "people" are from the New Britain, CT Marchagiani's.) Porchetta was a big deal to her...and me. One of the few pork dishes I'd eat as a kid.

Happy Easter to you and your family!

well, I've never had Porchetta before. But the image looks so good it makes me instantly feel hungry. Trying to take a quick printout and make this receipe asap. Thanks for sharing :)

Mary: Hope you try it!

Erin: Long live porchetta! Hope you and your family had a great Easter, too!

Maureen: I know Ansonia. Had a summer job there once. Now you have a recipe!

adele: You're a smart (and well-traveled, I've noticed) woman!

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