Coppa, Salumeria Biellese - sliced
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Originally created in Emilia-Romagna, Coppa is an Italian delicacy that gives Proscuitto a run for its money. New York based Salumeria Biellese gives it a truly American spin by using heirloom Berkshire pork shoulder. The meat is trimmed, seasoned with wine and their signature spice mixture, cured, and aged.
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Established in New York`s Hell`s Kitchen in 1925, Salumeria Biellese pre-dated the current artisan renaissance by several decades.
In fact, an argument could be made that they were among the original artisans of small-batch Italian-style salami in the Big Apple.
The salumeria was started by two men from the northern Italian province of Biella (up near Switzerland) and they set out using the traditional skills and Old World recipes they had brought with them on the journey to the United States.