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Published March 10, 2005


The Spanish sausage of pork fired up with paprika and sometimes chili packs more flavor and Latin flair than any other meat. When dry-cured like salami, a few slices salvage the dullest sandwich, perk up a salad and add spice to seafood and bean soups. The fresh ground variety is great scrambled with eggs or cooked up with onions and beef for tacos and tamales.

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