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Pursuing Porcine Perfection – Ibérico de Bellota- Part 4: Jamónes, Embutidos y Carnes

There is a very good reason that pork products made from acorn fed Ibérico pigs have attained the lofty reputation that they have – they are just so damn delicious! It’s true, even from lesser producers, jamónes Ibéricos and embutidos […]

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The Art of The Iberian Pig – A Week in The Heart of Spanish Pork Country – Part 4 – Jabugo

The following morning we woke up to a beautiful day and strolled through Merida’s well preserved and impressive Roman ruins before checking out of the Parador and finding our way out of the city to get to Jabugo in northern […]

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