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9 hours ago, Logan said:

 

I think all that information is in the initial post...

:banghead:Excitement got the best of me sorry I missed it! and by the way that is true to the Italian way of making porchetta! 

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On 10/13/2017 at 4:16 PM, bel4_20 said:

:banghead:Excitement got the best of me sorry I missed it! and by the way that is true to the Italian way of making porchetta! 

 

That's okay, you probably just got distracted by the pictures :)

 

21 hours ago, BSA said:

No. Just the fat layer.

 

 

I'm pretty sure the skin needs to be on there for porchetta.

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