With Husband In Tow Food Travel Podcast

On this week’s episode of the With Husband In Tow food travel podcast, we talk all things Italian cured meat, and send Eric into a veritable hog heaven.

Meat in Italy

Part 2 in our series of the best pork dishes in the world, this episode talks about all of the Italian cured meats we have grown to love during our travels to Italy. Emilia Romagna has the larges number of DOP and IGP products, including loads of different pork products. DOP and IGO certification is just one of the reasons why Emilia Romagna has such great food. It’s a love affair with all things pork is another.

And, most interestingly, we talk about a unique tour many people don’t have the chance to experience when traveling in Emilia Romagna. We tour with one of the most reputable mortadella producers in Emilia Romagna!
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Mentions on this week’s Food Travel Podcast:

Pasquini Mortadella, Bologna, Italy

Museo della Salumeria, Modena, Italy

Planning a Trip to Emilia Romagna?

Looking for more travel tips on Emilia Romagna, and how to eat the best food in Italy? My book The Food Traveler’s Guide to Emilia Romagna: How to taste the history and tradition of Italy, is available on Amazon now

Food Traveler's Guide to Emilia Romagna

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Amber Hoffman, food and travel writer behind With Husband In Tow, is a recovering attorney and professional eater, with a passion for finding new food and drink destinations. She lives with her husband, Eric, in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Together they have traveled to over 70 countries.

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