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Capicola

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  1. is a traditional Neapolitan Italian cold cut (salume) made from pork shoulder or neck and dry-cured whole

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  2. similar to the more widely known cured ham, Prosciutto, though the two are quite distinct

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  3. The name coppa is Italian for nape, while capicola comes from capo—head and collo—neck of a pig

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  4. The Neapolitan Italian spelling, "'Capocollo'", is dervied from Latin, "caput collum"

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  5. a typical dish of the city of Piacenza and is a popular in Switzerland near the borders with Italy and on the French island of Corsica

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