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Pastas were plentiful: gnocchi rosa with ricotta, basil, and tomato, and a suckling pig agnolotti, with rosemary and Parmigiano-Reggiano.
In a Kenia Narez series of photos, Narez is depicted wearing a proper blue dress, holding a dead suckling pig.
The cochon de lait approximated the whole-roasted suckling pig of rural Louisiana tradition; at Zydeque, it's really pulled pork with a Cajun accent, its edges darkened with a spice-rub developed by Paul Prudhomme's seasoning operation.
That suckling pig? Doused in a Cuban mojo sauce and served with sweet peas and fava beans.
The researchers celebrated the next day with a lunch of gourounopoulo (roast suckling pig) from the local farmer’s market, eaten under the olive trees.
Nelson specialized in cooking whole suckling pigs while at Chino Latino, and Hesse held a bunch of whole-animal dinners while at Libertine, so this is right in their wheelhouse.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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