Lucanica

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Lucanica was a short, fat, rustic pork sausage in Ancient Roman cuisine.wikipedia
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Lucanica was a short, fat, rustic pork sausage in Ancient Roman cuisine.
The most famous sausage in ancient Italy was from Lucania (modern Basilicata) and was called lucanica, a name which lives on in a variety of modern sausages in the Mediterranean.

Italian cuisine

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Italian luganega or lucanica
Famous dry sausages from the region are lucanica and soppressata.

Loukaniko

Greek loukaniko, a fresh sausage usually flavored with orange peel
The name 'lukaniko' is derived from ancient Roman cuisine's lucanica (from Lucania regiono of South Italy) and has been used in Greek since at least the 4th century.

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Lucanica

Ancient Roman cuisine

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Lucanica was a short, fat, rustic pork sausage in Ancient Roman cuisine.

Apicius

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Apicius documents it as a spicy, smoked beef or pork sausage originally from Lucania; according to Cicero and Martial, it was brought by Roman troops or slaves from Lucania.

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Apicius documents it as a spicy, smoked beef or pork sausage originally from Lucania; according to Cicero and Martial, it was brought by Roman troops or slaves from Lucania.

Lucania

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Apicius documents it as a spicy, smoked beef or pork sausage originally from Lucania; according to Cicero and Martial, it was brought by Roman troops or slaves from Lucania.

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Apicius documents it as a spicy, smoked beef or pork sausage originally from Lucania; according to Cicero and Martial, it was brought by Roman troops or slaves from Lucania.

Martial

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Apicius documents it as a spicy, smoked beef or pork sausage originally from Lucania; according to Cicero and Martial, it was brought by Roman troops or slaves from Lucania.

Mediterranean cuisine

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It has given its name to a variety of sausages (fresh, cured, and smoked) in Mediterranean cuisine and its colonial offshoots, including:

Portuguese cuisine

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Brazilian cuisine

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Linguiça

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Bulgarian cuisine

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Bulgarian lukanka or loukanka

Macedonian language

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Macedonian (Western dialects) lukanec/луканец or lukanci/луканци

Greek cuisine

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Greek loukaniko, a fresh sausage usually flavored with orange peel

Spanish cuisine

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Spanish, Latin American, and Philippine longaniza, a name which covers both fresh and cured sausages

Latin American cuisine

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Spanish, Latin American, and Philippine longaniza, a name which covers both fresh and cured sausages

Filipino cuisine

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Spanish, Latin American, and Philippine longaniza, a name which covers both fresh and cured sausages

Longaniza

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Spanish, Latin American, and Philippine longaniza, a name which covers both fresh and cured sausages

Arab cuisine

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Arabic laqāniq, naqāniq, or maqāniq, made of mutton and some semolina

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Arabic laqāniq, naqāniq, or maqāniq, made of mutton and some semolina

Semolina

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Arabic laqāniq, naqāniq, or maqāniq, made of mutton and some semolina