Lardo in Italy

  • 24 days ago
Lardo is traditionally considered the "poor man's dish," but it can now be found at some of the most upscale restaurants in Europe. One of the oldest lardo producers in Colonnata, Italy, is Larderia Mafalda, making about 22,000 kilograms of lardo per year — all processed by hand in special Carrara marble. It's a family recipe that's been passed down for four generations.