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Ohhhh that’s kinda cool
Yeah, but it feels unhygienic. Anyone who knows better is welcome to correct me tho, idk
I would assume unhygienic as well. Bones are porous and I would assume that it would be a great place for bacteria to hide. I'm not an expert, though...
Ewww didn’t think about that
I see Belgium, I upvote
At first I read this as Serrano ham served on a bone-in "steak plate" and thought screw plates, that sounds tasty
If that is a bone, it is being used as the shape and look is very similar to a leg of Serrano. Notice the straight sliced edge, like it's been through the meat slicer. I'm not convinced it isn't just sitting on the leg it was cut from.
To be fair, you ordered the beef shoulder.
Serrano ham could be on the floor and I'd still eat it, that shits good
I think you meant, Ham-bone Serrano. heh
Wtf is that raw meat?
It's thin sliced, dry cured ham, and it's fucking delicious.
Can confirm. I haven't had any since my last trip to Spain 6 months ago, and I really want some. And some queso viejo to go with it!
Texture-wise, imagine if beef jerky was sliced as thin as deli meat. It's chewy but also melts in your mouth. Flavor-wise, it's a rich pork similar to prosciutto. It's great hot, cold, or lukewarm, by itself or in a dish. Bacon is a good comparison for how you can make all kinds of things better by including it.
Importing it into the U.S. is tightly controlled. You might find it in a specialty store at a hefty price tag. Don't try to bring it through customs yourself. They'll confiscate it and give you a fine for your troubles.
The best iberico dish I had was a big lunch in Sevilla two years ago.
It was a massive plate (I ate til I was stuffed and only put away half of it). The bottom layer was 1/4" sliced fried potatos. Then on top of that, two fried eggs. And the top layer was ham, about 20 bite-sized slices. It didn't touch the pan, but it was warm from the eggs and potatoes underneath.
I forget exactly, but it was under 15 euro. ($20)
Never heard of ham?