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Day of the Pig Part 2

Our dinner at Incanto continued the pigfest through all courses except dessert! PORKapalooza!

The restaurant is a lovely spot with a great wine list. I enjoyed three glasses of Verdicchio from Le Marche. With our pre-dinner wine, we had an order of crunchy pork rinds with garlic and parmigiano! Oink oink! (sorry, no photo)


Of course we needed to order a salumi platter of the house specialties. There were many pig parts on this platter called "the SOW".


Roxanne ordered the asparagus appetizer with an egg, bread crumbs and bottarga.


Ingall enjoyed an arctic char salad:


Roxanne and I shared an order of handkerchief pasta in a PORK ragu.


This was Ingall's "Lamb three ways" (a chop, a meatball of lamb sausage and a seared lamb kidney!)


Roxanne enjoyed her arctic char with clams, cannellini beans and ramps.


Brad and I continued the pigfest with a "Tracchia of Pork" (large pork rib chop with pork belly attached). It was served with delicious puntarelle in a Caesar-like dressing. This plate alone would have qualified as a pigfest!



Dessert? Yes, we shared three! Two for the chocoholics: a chocolate torte with chocolate gelato, a chocolate mascarpone budino with whipped cream, and ...


I kid you not, the best BAY LEAF panna cotta with strawberries!

Comments (3)

You're killing me with your pork fest! I want some.

Barb Cabot:

I love it all!

Isn't Incanto wonderful? As soon as I walked in and smelled all those delicious aromas I knew I'd like it. :)

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