Berkshire Coppa Di Parma is done....

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indaswamp

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I started this Coppa back in the third week of October 2023 along with a Spalla Cruda, and 2 Culatelli (plural of Culatello). Simple cure of white wine, garlic, Sea Salt, and Black pepper. Hung along side the Culatelli in my old chamber and has gone through 2 mold fermentation periods. Checked it with my Bone needle prior to slicing....simply indescribable! My cousin was in town helping my Aunt go through my Unlce's stuff and everything that goes with it...lots of legal stuff to take care of with a death. So Since the piece was finished drying, I pulled it out for my Cousin to sample. He said I need to go commercial and sell this stuff. He really enjoyed it.
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Outstanding!!! Well worth the wait Keith

Point for sure
Chris
 
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