Spanish-influenced dry chorizo. Brick-red in color and seasoned with pimenton de la Vera. Piquant and slightly smoky. About 12 inches long. Slice 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick pieces.
The curing process which results in the Fermín Jamón Serrano is completely traditional. The hams are cured in drying rooms with open screened windows, caressed by mountain air as it wafts through the area where the hams are hung.
SLICED RETAIL 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.
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
Bayonne ham indeed draws its origins in various cities of the Adour Basin, but its influence and reputation grew through the important port of Bayonne whose name it bears. Soon the outstanding flavor of this delicacy won the favor of the gourmands of France and beyond. Bayonne ham is a prized guest at every banquet. With success came intensified production over the centuries and gradually , methods of manufacture were refined to meet more precise and demanding specifications. The selection of pigs , the time and breeding conditions , salting , drying, refining … are all steps that meet the highest criteria.