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Iberico jamon

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For my sister-in-law's birthday we bought her a 1/4 pound of Iberico Jamon at $100 a pound. Fortunately it was delectable and delicate. It was purchased at Despana on Broome Street in NYC. (Their main store is on Northen Blvd in Queens.) It is hand cut from a leg of ham that is held in place by the same type of spindle that serrano jamon.

They also make IMHO, the best chorizo in NYC.

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