We created our secchi—which means ‘dry’ in Italian—in San Francisco, based on a traditional Italian recipe for Salametti. COLUMBUS® Secchi Salami is one of our oldest salame recipes. Made with crushed white and black peppercorns and burgundy wine, it’s hand-tied and slow-aged in a natural casing that gives it a subtle, smooth flavor. Aged at least 21 days.
Serrano de Lomo is dry cured loin made in the mountains south of Salamanca, Spain. This Fermin product is exceptionally good value, and although not the same as Iberico Lomo, this is exceptionally flavorful in its own right and is excellent when paired with a nice Manchego cheese
Bresaola (air-dried, seasoned beef) has a long history originating from Northern Italy in the late 1400`s. It`s a 98% lean air-cured beef product made from high quality specially selected top round beef cuts that are rubbed and seasoned with custom blends of spices, berries and aromatic mountain herbs. Imported from Uruguay, Bernina Bresaola maintains the traditional manufacturing methods resulting in a moist and delicate flavor sensation.
Known as `the king of salami`, our Felino is inspired by a recipe from the Parma region in Italy where prosciutto di parma and Parmigiano-Reggiano are produced. Made with cracked black pepper and sherry wine, it`s slow-aged in our thickest natural pork casing, giving it a complex taste and a smooth texture. Slow aged at least 30 days. To View Product Data Sheet For This Item CLICK HERE.
ALLNATURAL.GLUTEN FREE. LACTOSE FREE. NO NITRATES OR NITRITES ADDED.We are proud to bring the authentic Serrano in theUS market, made from pigs born, raised and processed entirely in Spain.Our pigs are older, heavier and fattier than the pigs from North Europe. This is a guarantee of higher quality. It means a product more tasty and complex
An Italian delicacy that dates back to at least the 12th century, prosciutto is cherished for its texture, color, fragrance and taste. Our prosciutto comes from the highest quality fresh hams that are gently massaged with a hint of salt and then placed in our aging rooms for the slow drying process. Our Curing Masters check the prosciutto daily in the traditional Italian manner handed down for hundreds of years. When cured to perfection, the prosciutto is then hand-trimmed by our Master Salumiere.