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 (kä′pĭ-kō′lə, kăp′ĭ-)
Cured meat from the neck or shoulder of a pig, usually served in thin slices.

[Italian capocollo, capicollo : capo, head; see capo1 + collo, neck (from Latin collum); see kŭel- in Indo-European roots.]
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Sliced Parma ham, sliced salami Milano, seasoned pork salami, sliced Capocollo Coppa and dry cured pork flavoured with spices.
The Pocoloco, which means a "little crazy" in Spanish, features capocollo ham, Havarti cheese, goat cheese, shredded mozzarella, Herbes de Provence, and a spicy signature sauce on Roghani naan.
Suppliers, too, are appealing to the increasingly informed and sophisticated consumer with charcuterie lines, such as Niman Ranch's 23-item line of Genoa Salame, Capocollo, Hot Sopressata, Pepperoni and Pancetta, as well as three snack-pack varieties of Gourmet Provisions kits.
Duck prosciutto followed (an idea he got from a Paris restaurant), then capocollo, and Argentinian chorizo.
thinly sliced spicy Italian cold cuts (coppa or capocollo) 8 oz.
There are two DOP (''Denominazione di Origine Protetta'' or Protected Designation of Origin) coppas - Coppa Piacentina and Capocollo di Calabria.
The company turns out fresh and cured salumi, ranging from breakfast and Italian sausage to capocollo, lardo, and guan-ciale.
Norcia, widely acclaimed for its butchers, is universally noted for its legendary salumi-prosciutto, capocollo (spicy ham dry-cured with peppers and garlic), le palle del nonno (wild boar salami or "grandad's balls").
And if not old Enzo with that pungent profumo intenso e soavemente piccante of his, I would be just as happy were death perfumed for me by the salamis and bacons of Scherzerino, from Itri, halfway between Rome and Naples along the Appian Way, especially their pancetta alle erbe infused with sweet Muscat wine, their salsiccia al coriandolo stagionata made with chili and coriander, and their capocollo. To think that there was once a time in my life when 1 knew no taste more subtle than that of lardo di Colonnatal
Consumption of any Italian-style meat, including salami, capocollo, calabrese, or sopressata, was significantly associated with illness (mOR = 4.5).