The second part of our foodie adventure with Italian Days Food Experiences took us to one of the best prosciutto producers in the region. This family owned business has been committed to the production of Prosciutto di Modena DOP for over three generations. This particular prosciutto is equal to the more famous Prosciutto di Parma, but without the same name recognition, since it’s produced within the city limits of Modena and not Parma. To carry the DOP designation it is subject to the same food regulations.
We learned about the entire process of creating one of the most delicious pork products in the world.
Here is our guide, Alessandro, teaching us about the strict quality testing requirements.
This is just a small portion of the hanging Prosciutto…I wish it was legal to bring THIS home!
At the end of our visit we enjoyed fresh slices of prosciutto. They kept bringing it, and we kept eating it. It was so good!
Tomorrow I’d like to share the next part of our “Foodie Tour” to a traditional “Acetaia” to experience the secrets of balsamic vinegar.