Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Edible Piedmont Article on Johnston County Hams

Edible Piedmont has an nice article on the Mangalitsa ham from Johnston County Hams.

You can download the PDF by clicking here.

As the author explains:
... I have just discovered one of the most magnificent flavors that I have ever put in my mouth - a dry cured, aged Mangalitsa ham, sliced in the style of a prosciutto, and it truly melts on the tongue.


Julie said...

Lovely but show me the money, I mean the prosciutto.

Seriously, where are you selling the product?


Heath said...

Julie, were you really not able to find the hams on the Johnston County Hams website?

Here's a link to just the ordering page for the ham. It is also available from other distributors, like DeBragga and Foods in Season.