In my family porchetta is just a pork roast, usually a butt when I'm cooking it, rubbed with spices, lots of fennel seed and cooked till it falls apart. I am aware that's not the traditional version. I don't care much about that though. It's farking awesome and it's pronunciation has been butchered to porkett by the family also. Who am I to correct my mother right? :) Heck they could rename it turd and I'd still eat it.
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