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post #46 of 82
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Never heard of that place. Enjoy your jamon!

If you like Spanish food, you should hear of it. Awesome shop.
post #47 of 82
how are you gonna hold this thing when not in use? cover in cheese cloth or saran wrap?
post #48 of 82
oh yay, another way to spend money. Thanks sf.
post #49 of 82
Matt, I find that a kilo takes me about a eyar to eat, with two adults the the very rare guest getting a bit. that makes it very economical for me. a couple slices cooked into eggs, or a couple of thin slices with some bread and a little cheese is a great meal.
post #50 of 82
Mr. Matthew, when I head to San Fran for the Giant SF Meatup, I will eat some of your meat.
post #51 of 82
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Mr. Matthew, when I head to San Fran for the Giant SF Meatup, I will eat some of your meat.

For real? Are you really coming?
post #52 of 82
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For real? Are you really coming?

twss. And yeah, I have the frequent flyer miles for it, why not. I will also be decidedly non-SF approved.
post #53 of 82
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I will eat some of your meat.
twss
post #54 of 82
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158
post #55 of 82
beautiful. i lived in spain for about 9 months, 3 of those spent in a home that had a leg in the kitchen like that. they covered it with a towel and sliced off little bits to snack on or for sandwhiches. it was incredible.
post #56 of 82
I honestly started salivating when I saw that picture.
post #57 of 82
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158

Awesome. Was the stand/holder part of the package?
post #58 of 82
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Awesome. Was the stand/holder part of the package?

DAMN BRO LERN 2 REED
post #59 of 82
Is it stable enough after curing to keep out for a year? I guess it is. Growing up we always had saucisson hanging in the kitchen that we ate over long periods of time. Never got rancid.
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DAMN BRO LERN 2 REED

So . . . no, it wasn't?
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