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| ||coppa (di Lazio)|
Description: A name in Lazio for brawn. Head cheese. Brawn or head cheese is a charcuterie product consisting of rendered down meat from a pig's head, excluding the brain which is used for other purposes, seasoned with herbs and flavourings, poured into a mould, pressed and coated with aspic. It is eaten as a first course. The coppa is the tub in which the meat is pressed.
|Brawn or headcheese from the wonderful Ginger Pig in Borough Market||
Pronounced: KOHP-pah (dee LAH-tsyoh)
Most frequent country: Italy
Most frequent region: Lazio
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Lazio
See foods and dishes: coppa, coppa, coppa