capocollo di dorman

pork collar salame with paprika, white wine, crushed red pepper, black pepper, coriander, and juniper berries, about 5lbs each whole and 12oz sliced retail package

what's in a name

smoking goose's downtown indianapolis meatery is on dorman street, named after the grandson of Indiana's fourth governor.

serving suggestions

Play off our Capocollo di dorman's gentle heat by pairing with sweet or sour condiments like pickled veg and fruit preserves. Slices stay tender between bread for sandwiches, but for a first course, ribbon slices over fresh mozzarella and ripe tomatoes (or roasted red peppers in the off-season) before drizzling with a fruity olive oil.