English translation: Crispy Iberian dewlap with Rissolé potatoes and Pedro Ximenes’ Sauce
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Spanish term or phrase:
Crispy Iberian dewlap with Rissolé potatoes and Pedro Ximenes’ Sauce
Explanation: Although I love the sound of the crispy crunchy dewlap ... :-)
In the Southern U.S. they're called hog jowls. You'll find lots of references:
Hog jowls are not an everyday ingredient around Sonoma County, but they are sinfully delicious and worth the effort it takes to get them. I buy them from R.M. Felt Packing Company (757) 859-6131 in Virginia, which also sells authentic smoked bacon and outstanding country ham. (http://www.pressdemocrat.com/foodwine/pantry/1206_pantry.htm...