Editor’s note: This is the first in a new series, “Operations in action,” from The Schechter Report. It features behind-the-scenes looks at meal production in some of the country’s most interesting restaurants. The content here does not necessarily reflect the views of Nation’s Restaurant News. Porchetta, a popular, slow-cooked Italian “fast food,” is a seasoned pork roast, traditionally prepared from a whole boned-out hog, stuffed with the liver, ...

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