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Guanciale

 is an Italian cured pork product, made from the fatty cheeks or jowls of the pig. Its name derives from the Italian word guancia, meaning ‘cheek’. It is traditionally used in pasta dishes such as carbonara.

Baked cheesy kimchi rice with guanciale

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