farmers produced 3 percent more than a year ago. Bacon costs about half that, yet dishes featuring belly usually fetch more. The average dish in a U.S. restaurant featuring pork belly cost $14.17 in the second quarter, compared with$9.56 for bacon, according to Chicago research firm Technomic. That means restaurants are making a killing. More from Bloomberg.com: Big Winner From Londons Brexit Exodus Isnt Even in Europe Every hog has two belly sections that weigh around 18 pounds each, skin on. Fresh pork belly has thick layers of fat between meaty parts, and can be sold as is, or cured and sliced thin to make bacon.In 2017, Americans are projected to eat the most pork since 2004, according to theUSDA. Au Poivre Chefs at Del Friscos Restaurant Group Inc. said they began working with pork belly about two years ago to add more non-seafood appetizers. The chain sells a pork belly au poivre thats glazed with bourbon molasses for $14.
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