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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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Sunday Photo – Northern Shrimp

These tasty little morsels have but a short season during the northern winter with this year being shorter than most due to declining stocks. Northern shrimp are most well known when coming from Maine, but these are from Gloucester by […]

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Seared Scallops Over Parmesan Creamed Spinach

I have been reveling in the quality of both the sea and bay scallops that I have been getting at Pura Vida Seafood from Suffolk County, Log Island at the Troy Farmers Market. I made this as an appetizer […]

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