Nostrano, meaning “our own.” Coarsely ground, mild and “sweet” in flavor. A natural with melon or figs. About 14 inches long, 2 pounds. Slice paper thin pieces
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.
Tanara Prosciutto di Parma D.O.P. at any age is produced under strict Italian law which governs the size of the hog leg to be used and what the hogs eat, among other strict considerations. Once the perfect leg has been selected, it undergoes a sea salting stage that last for a few weeks. The actual curing process occurs in humidity and temperature controlled rooms which replicate the fall, winter and spring seasons. An added bonus is the pure breeze from the Apennine mountains that blows into the curing house windows, thus adding an a unique form of air terroir to the ham. The entire process is time-consuming and tedious, but Tanara’s end product always measures up to the highest standards so that it earns the Parma fire-branded crown stamp with honors. The 24-month version sets itself apart with its bold black label.
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
Dry-cured smoked ham, obtained by salting, curing and smoking selected fresh boneless hams from pork raised and slaughtered in Europe. Seasoned using sea salt and aromatic herbs, each speck is air cured for approximately 150 days in the Italian Alps. The product is naturally smoked using beech wood.
Prosciutto di San Daniele can only be made in the small town of San Daniele del Friuli, close to the city of Udine. This tiny town, with little over 8,000 inhabitants, is nestled between the Dolomite mountains and fertile low-lying pastures. The unique combination of strong, cold alpine winds and warm marine breezes from the Adriatic Sea, create the incredible micro-climate for air drying and aging the famous Prosciutto di San Daniele: low humidity, excellent ventilation and cool breezes. Due to its small size and geography, very limited production is available worldwide.