Ask anyone about the most memorable Italian meal and chances are that menu includes pasta. But during this trip to Italy I gained a whole new appreciation for another Italian staple: prosciutto, a delicate, flavorful, melt-on-your tongue, paper-thin slice of porky goodness. My first lesson learned: prosciutto is NOT ham. Prosciutto stands alone, or perhaps I should say hangs alone, as one of Italy’s proudest pork products. The pigs are raised with love and a careful diet to enhance the flavor. Even their demise is a respectful event, as prosciutto aficionados say they can actually taste fear in meat that has been unethically slaughtered. ProsciuttoRead More →