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|Spanish to English translations [PRO]|
Cooking / Culinary / Menu item
|Spanish term or phrase: panceta|
|Munich: Típica ensalada alemana con col y panceta|
In this case can I say pancetta or should I still say belly pork, which to me does not sound particularly attractive? If anyone could tell me how this would be in Germany (i.e. these are likely to be little cubes of ham or whatever), that would help me decide, and would be a great help. I was thinking of putting pancetta, or similar, but am not sure what would be most appropriate. All help is very much appreciated. European Spanish to UK English. :)
Panceta can also mean streaky bacon. coukld it be crispy bacon in the salad?
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|In my context, in the end 'bacon' will work perfectly, I think, although there are many valid options here. Thanks very much everyone, and enjoy the rest of your weekend. :)|
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