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Capicola

$81.00 Regular Price

Capicola (also called Coppa, Cotto, or Gabagool) is made from the prized cut of the neck and shoulder. It is cured for ten days, after which it is then coated in black pepper, fennel seed, coriander, and anise, and slow-roasted to produce a tender shoulder ham.

Yes, but what to do with it? Well, if you find yourself with some extra capicola at lunchtime, a simple plate with baguette, a bit of cheese, grainy mustard and a glass of something cold is our idea of heaven. Or if you're feeling really brave, give a go at the OP Cured Meats Sandwich.

  • Real Ingredients Real Ingredients
  • No Nitrates/Nitrites No_Nitrate/snitrites
  • No Antibiotics No Antibiotics
  • Gluten Free Gluten Free
Nutrition Facts

Serving size 2oz., 16 servings per chub.
Calories 110
Total Fat 7g (11%)
Saturated Fat 2.5g (13%)
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 35mg (12%)
Sodium 620mg (26%)
Total Carbohydrate 1g (0%)
Dietary Fiber 0g
Total Sugars <1g
Protein 10g
Vitamin A • 2% • Calcium 2% • Iron 6% • Vitamin C 0%

Shipping info

Orders placed Friday after 3pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday will ship on Tuesday. 

Orders placed on Tuesday and Wednesday before noon will ship on Wednesday. 

Orders placed after 1pm on Wednesday, orders placed on Thursday and orders placed before 3pm on Friday will be shipped on Monday the following week.

  • Ingredients

    Pork, salt, Less than 2% spices, sugar, celery powder, sea salt, water, starter culture.

  • Storage & Preparation

    Keep Refrigerated. Wrap in plastic after opening. Enjoy within 7 days of opening.
    Slice thin.

  • Flavor Profile

    • Coriander Coriander
    • Fennel Fennel
    • Anise Anise

How to enjoy it

If you find yourself with some extra capicola at lunchtime, a simple plate with baguette, a bit of cheese, grainy mustard and a glass of something cold is our idea of heaven. Or if you're feeling really brave, give a go at making a pizza at home and top with capicola and hot honey.

How it's made

Capicola to Italians, capocollo to Americans, capicolla to Canadians, "gabagoul" to Tony Soprano... whatever you call it, capicola is made from the neck of the pig, prized for it's perfect ratio of 30% fat to 70% lean, making the meat moist and tender.

We dry-cured it for ten days, coated in cracked black pepper, fennel seed, coriander and anise, then slow roast it to produce a tender shoulder ham.