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Pork Cacciatore

ACCIATORE IS THOUGHT to have first been made during the Renaissance period in Italy, but the truth is, nobody really knows when it was invented. What we do know for sure is that the word “cacciatore” means “hunter-style” in Italian. The original version of the dish was likely made with wild game, and if it really is that old, tomatoes wouldn’t have been included, since those delicious orbs wouldn’t have yet made their

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