Although nothing beats Spanish home cooking, croquettes are a firm favourite in bars and restaurants throughout Spain, from Michelin star establishments to local taverns. Borrowed from French cuisine, this simple food boasts as many versions as there are palates to taste it. Cod, spinach, chicken, wild mushrooms, squid in its ink, etc. the list is […]
New technologies in ham production
We will never tire of repeating in this blog that this is a traditional, artisanal sector. The essence of making a ham has not varied for hundreds of years. However, now we use technology to be able to produce ham all year round on a large scale while respecting ancestral know-how. Since the industry was […]
The price of ham
Many people consider ham to be an expensive product. Far from wanting to get into this type of valuation, in this week’s post we are going to try to explain aspects that influence the the final price of ham and leave it up to you to decide whether its price reflects its true value.
How to pair Iberian ham
When we mention an acorn-fed 100% Iberian ham, we are talking about one of the 4 wonders of world gastronomy along with caviar, foie and truffles. Just like the other three, although they are products that can be used in cooking, they are best enjoyed by themselves, without affecting their qualities. Consequently, perhaps the best […]