In Spain we are rightfully proud of our ham. From 100 % Iberian acorn-fed ham to cured ham, of course including the wonderful PDO Teruel Ham or Serrano ham, our country is an expert in good ham. However, our way of doing things is, of course, not the only one. Seguir leyendo
“Congratulations! What a pity you won’t be able to eat ham for a few months…”
How many times have you heard that when discussing a friend’s newly-announced pregnancy? At least in this country where ham is a commonly-eaten delicacy that many of us find hard to give up.
At La Estrella del Jamón, we are not in any position to confirm or deny this statement. Obviously, you’re not reading a medical blog or a scientific publication here. What we can do is show you that studies have been published over the last few years related to this topic.
“Crazy about our ham” That’s how we might describe the millions of tourists that visit our country every year in search of sun, culture, good people and exquisite food. And among the star dishes in our cuisine, there’s no way we could forget ham.
People say that we store more memories through our sense of smell than through sight. Smells reach our limbic brain directly without passing via the thalamus like other stimuli received by other senses, so they are branded into our memory, directly associated with emotions. Reed more