Capicola – which is also referred to as capocollo and coppa – is made from pork shoulder. Specifically, the area between the pig's neck and its fourth or fifth rib. The meat in this part of the pig is 30 percent fat and 70 percent lean, a fat ratio that ensures the meat will remain moist and tender after drying. The most prized capicola comes from pigs that are at least eight months old, weigh a minimum of 300 pounds (136 kilograms) and were raised in southern Italy, considered the birthplace of this long-made treat, according to Mashed.com. … [Read more...] about Capicola: The Italian Dried Meat Tony Soprano Called ‘Gabagool’
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The act also encourages the development of best practices to protect human heritage in space by evolving the concepts of due regard and harmful interference — an evolution that will also guide how nations and companies work around one another. As small a step as it may be, recognizing and protecting historic sites is the first step to developing a peaceful, sustainable and successful lunar governance model. … [Read more...] about ‘One Small Step’ Act Encourages Protection of Human Heritage in Space
As if unauthorized downloads alone weren't causing enough difficulty, streaming content further muddies the waters. If you really love movies, you can do yourself and other movie buffs a favor: find legal ways to pay for and enjoy that content. In doing so, you support the entertainment industry and you dodge digital security pitfalls of all kinds, too. … [Read more...] about 10 Signs That Streaming Movie Site Isn’t Legit
Who Eats This Stuff? Currie said there are three kinds of people who love eating super-hot sauces. The first includes the adventure seekers, people who see extreme eating as a kind of YOLO challenge. "Risk-takers, extreme bikers, those people who perceive eating super-hot peppers as an extreme sport. It's a challenge of something they want to overcome," Currie said. … [Read more...] about Is the Carolina Reaper the World’s Hottest Pepper?