jamon serrano

jamon serrano

(ˈxæmən səˈrɑːnəʊ; Spanish xaˈmon seˈrrano)
n
a variety of Spanish cured ham
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David Pardo de Ayala-with a spread of good quality butter, and with sliced manchego cheese, jamon serrano and warmed in a toaster oven.
de jamon serrano en dados * 1 cucharada de pasas * brandy para
Decidi presentarme en la tienda para quejarme por el hecho de que me habian vendido un jamon serrano en estado de descomposicion.
It was pleasantly dry without being too bone dry and went well with an amuse bouche of raw smoked salmon wrapped like candy in cellophane; spiced, dehydrated, crispy apple chips, jamon serrano on tree branches; skewered gels of tart citrus, all arranged in a dish garden setting on real moss.
There are basically two main varieties of Jamon, Jamon Serrano and Jamon Iberico.
A pot of triple cooked chips were the perfect accompaniment and with just a bit of room left we finished with a plate of jamon serrano gran reserva, in layman's terms a plate of beautifully smoky ham shavings that disappeared all too quickly, and a dish of chestnut mushrooms.
Big wooden tables, great selection of Jamon Serrano y great Wine too.
Sergio Pitol; asi como una apologia de dos genios del mal gusto: Ed Wood y Juan Orol; y otra del jamon serrano, ese manjar tan caro y delicioso; un recuento de los acontecimientos del siglo XX--de 1951 a 1975--; una historia muy peculiar de un individuo que <<fue su propio abuelo>>; un mapa de la Guerra de Vietnam; una anecdota de Simon Bolivar y la verdadera historia de la frase <<salio con su domingo siete>>.
SPANISH AFTERNOON A toasted baguette layered with fig jam (or quince paste), manchego cheese, jamon serrano or prosciutto, and arugula.