In Italy, pancetta can be flat or rolled. These two types of the famous cold cut come from the same cut of meat and are seasoned with the same spices, but they taste very different because of their shape. I visited Salumi Cervellera in Martina Franca, Puglia, Italy to see how the two types of pancetta are made and taste them to see how they differ.
About me I'm Claudia, a journalist and producer reporting on food. I was born and raised in Bari, Italy, and I have been living in London, UK since 2012. I enjoy learning what goes behind the scenes in the food industry, how traditional dishes are made and why certain foods are so important to countries and cultures around the world.