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La Quercia

La Quercia
How did a family in Norwalk, Iowa come to produce some of the best cured meats in the world? It started with tradition: After three and a half years in Parma, Italy, Herb and Kathy Eckhouse brought classic techniques back home to create their signature salumi, something they say “expresses our appreciation for the beauty and bounty of Iowa”. Adding responsible sourcing and sustainability to the recipe means that their products don’t just taste great, they’re also produced with the highest standards and best quality ingredients around.

To help more people get a bite of the good stuff, we now offer the full La Quercia line as well as curated selections that will make any meat lover squeal with delight.

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  1. La Quercia Charcuterie Collection Quick View

    La Quercia Charcuterie Collection

    $34.99/EA
    La Quercia started out by making their signature Prossciutto Americano and gradually expanded by applying the traditional dry curing methods on other cuts of pork that they’d learned while living in Italy. We’re always eager to taste what they come up with next because we know that whatever it is, it’s been made with care and expertise. Read More
  2. Guanciale Americano Quick View

    Guanciale Americano

    $12.99/EA
    Watch your fat back, bacon! There’s another cheeky slice making the scene whose sole, plump purpose in your kitchen is to turn sow’s ears into silky, succulent purses. Guanciale (Gwan-cha-lay) comes from the pig’s jowl and consists of delicate fat and ribbons of earthy meat throughout. Read More
  3. Lomo Americano Quick View

    Lomo Americano

    $10.99/EA
    Rumor has it that Herb Eckhouse of Iowa’s La Quercia strolls through his room of curing ham telling them: “Be delicious!” Read More
  4. Pancetta Americana Quick View

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    Pancetta Americana

    $10.99/EA
    Round bellies are the best, especially when they’re made of bacon. Actually, it’s the bacon that’s made from the pig’s round belly, and then rolled into a log and cured to make pancetta. Read More

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