Fidel Galano was born and raised in New York City’s Spanish Harlem to immigrant parents from Cuba and Puerto Rico. By day he works at the EPA’s Ann Arbor office, and by night he whips up inspired versions of classic Cuban and Puerto Rican dishes.

Growing up, his family was known for their stellar cooking; it was natural for him to learn their culinary magic. In this talk at Zingerman’s 7th Annual Camp Bacon, he shares why pork, especially cuban-style pernil and lechon, is the “king of all meats.”

Fidel Galano (Source: www.zingermanscampbacon.com)

Fidel Galano (Source: www.zingermanscampbacon.com)

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