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This is from Aldo Santini’s La Cucina Maremmana; he got it from Donatella Cinelli, who may be better known for the Brunello she makes in Montalcino, but is also a superb cook. To make it you will need to cozy up to a butcher or delicatessen owner who has a prosciutto bone; in its absence substitute for it with the bone from a well seasoned and cured ham, such as one from Smithfield. It’s a slow-simmering soup that’s perfect for warming the whole house.
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