Mmmmm, Jamones (jambons, aka hams?)
Si, 'Jamon Serrano' - cold dry cure very similar to Parma ham. The best is Pato Negro, made with a variety of pig with black feet kept free range and which eats mainly acorns. Very expensive. Ordinary pink rubbery stuff - cooked ham of the type sold by supermarkets pre-sliced for sandwiches, and much cheaper - is called 'Jamon de York'
Mmmmmmm, is right ... pig is by far and away my favorite animal!
There are foour people in this scene taking photos upward ... must be one interesting ceiling.
"There are foour people in this scene taking photos upward ... must be one interesting ceiling."
Ah... yes it is I'll upload another shot.
does it really look vaguely Moorish? (I'm just getting that impression)
"The surrender concluded al-Andalus as a political entity, but the cultural and social contributions under Muslim rule still continue to persist in the region."
Yep, sounds about right. And let me guess - the Moorish states were not just Andalusia (except maybe towards the end of the Reconquista).
I once read that Paella also originates from that period, and, many of the ingredients including the saffron also were brought by the Moors.
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Photo taken in El Mercat, Valencia, Spain
Misplaced? Suggest new location