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.
SLICED FOOD SERVICE Dry-cured ham, obtained by salting and curing selected fresh bone-in hams from pork raised and slaughtered in Europe. Slow-cured for at least 400 days in the Parma region (Italy), using only natural products: pork ham and Mediterranean sea salt. After the curing process, the bone and rind are removed.
The King of Italian dry cured hams, Prosciutto di Parma is a highly controlled product, produced under strict Italian law which governs the size of leg to be used, where the legs come from, and what the hogs eat, among other strict considerations. Once the leg has been selected, it undergoes a salting stage that last for a few weeks. Next it is cleaned off to begin the curing process, which occurs in humidity and temperature controlled rooms replicating the fall, winter and spring seasons. This slow process is closely monitored to ensure that the legs are properly cured and that the end product measures up to the high standards established by Italian law. Prosciutto di Parma has an attractive rosy coloring, distinctive mild and delicate flavor, and a velvety smooth texture. It is a sophisticated, ready-to-eat and highly nutritious addition to any snack or meal. Enjoy a variety of meals including sandwiches, pastas and soups.
Our Finocchiona is seasoned with wild fennel seeds which give it an alluring cool, sweet flavor – an intriguing balance to the mellow texture and aroma of 90-day aged coarse ground fresh pork. We use an imported, natural, double-layered pork casing cut and stitched together to reach gigantic proportions. Not only spectacular in its looks but outstanding in its taste. To View Product Data Sheet For This Item CLICK HERE.
This Prosciutto di Parma is crudo and produced with Italian pork coming from the best breeding areas of the Po Valley and from pigs that have only eaten natural feed. The thighs weigh at least 13 kg or more. The ham is treated with sea salt for a pleasantly sweet taste; no other ingredient or additive is used. A lard called sugnatura is rubbed on the bottom of the ham where the bone is to protect the ham and to ensure consistent development. Once prepared, each ham is taken to special ventilated room.
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