- Nov 27, 2008
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I think it's a sixteen-pounder.
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It was a gift so I'm not sure, but I very much doubt it's bellota. A ham this size would be frightfully expensive if so. Probably recebo or cebo. And we're planning to cut it in thin slices. The soporte comes with a special kind of long, thin, flexible knife (cuchillo jamonero) that resembles a fishmonger's knife for doing just that. It'd probably be too tough to chew in thick slices. Either way, it's bocadillos every day until March.
Awesome. Be sure to use any trimmings to cook vegetables.
As it is it can sit like that around forever. Once I start cutting into it, I'll have to cover it with a cloth after each session to prevent the exposed flesh from drying out, but it shouldn't go bad.Fuck, I'd like to get something like that. How long is it ok just sitting out at room temp? Forever?
It was a gift so I'm not sure, but I very much doubt it's bellota. A ham this size would be frightfully expensive if so. Probably recebo or cebo.
that's the least appetizing turkey i've ever seen
When you are finished, please send me the bone. I will gnaw on that thing for weeks, like a fucking dog.