Cotechino is the Italian highly spiced pork sausage. It refers
refers to a large pork sausage that is flavored with white wine and seasonings. It is made with coarsely chopped pork rind, lean pork and backfat, spiced with cloves and cinnamon. It is usually simmered and served with polenta or lentils. This sausage is originally associated with Cremona, a place in Italy, where vanilla was its traditional flavoring, and still sometimes used
Other definition:
Cotechino refers to a rich Italian sausage that is boiled and eaten with cabbage, lentils or beans.

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