Earlier this week the news broke in food circles that Il Mondo Vecchio, an acclaimed Denver, Colorado-area salumeria that since 2009 has been producing a wide variety of artisanal cured meats—including Italian-style dry sausages like culatello, pancetta, and guanciale—will be closing its doors for good. Why? As Baylen Linnekin explains, although it would be hard to find a better example of a traditional, conscientious, sustainable, and local producer than Il Mondo Vecchio, unnecessary USDA regulations have forced the beloved salumeria out of business.
Reason's Annual Webathon is underway! Donate today to see your name here.
Reason is supported by:
Charges against Kraft were (rightfully) dismissed. The women he patronized now have criminal records.
The current administration’s trade policies have left the incoming president some low-hanging fruit.
Trump's 46-Minute Rant About Election Fraud Crystallizes the Most Dangerous Aspects of His Personality
"This is about restoring faith and confidence in American elections," the president says.
Pelosi and Schumer Agree to Bipartisan $900 Billion Coronavirus Relief Bill as McConnell Pushes for $500 Billion
The top Democrats originally supported a $2.2 trillion measure.