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Top 10 Ham Holders [2018]: Huelva Ham Stand with Ham Carving Knife & Non-slip Pads - Spanish
 
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Professional Brindisa Ham Stand used to SLICE PROSCIUTTO
 
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Take a look at a professional ham stand from Brindisa - how to fit and secure a ham in its clamp
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Installing Ham Holder:  Spain Torrevieja
 
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In this video you are going to learn how to cut a ham, for doing that you must get a ham holder. For more informmation http://travel-monkey.info
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HAM STAND RECTANG
 
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Essential accessories for your prosciutto ham. http://www.hamstand.net/ Carving a Mediterranean prosciutto ham requires two special tools - the ham stand to hold the ham firmly in place and the ham knife to ensure delicious wafer thin slices. Discover a comprehensive range of quality ham stands and designs to suit every prosciutto ham enthusiast. Make ham carving simple with typical ham stands found in most Mediterranean kitchens. For the perfect gift take a look at hand crafted artisan models. Web site: http://www.hamstand.net Innovative features of Ham Stands TEN: ◾locking system not gradual - just tighten to contain, without doing anything else, ◾simple system to reopen - just press the buttons, ◾8 teeth angled directly upward and others 8 down - making the movement of ham imposibile during slicing. Get maximum control on the thickness of slices. Obviously with good and sharpened knife. ◾the column centrally positioned and the movement of two areas of the clutches make possible that the gravity of prosciutto remains at the center, ◾stability is guaranteed by the weight of the base and rubber legs, ◾rubber legs are made by a special rubber that leaves no traces on the table or tablecloth. Worldwide shippment costs are included in the prize, no additional costs and charges. Prosciutto is an Italian word for ham. In English, the term prosciutto is almost always used for a dry-cured ham that is usually sliced thinly and served uncooked; this style is called prosciutto crudo in Italian and is distinguished from cooked ham, prosciutto cotto. Commonly associated with eastern Mediterranean, the most renowned and expensive legs of prosciutto come from northeastern Italy and western Slovenia, such as those of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Karst and San Daniele. It is also well known in Spain (Granada and Aragon), Croatia (Dalmatia, Croatian Littoral and Istria) where it is known as pršut. Writer on Mediterranean food Bill Buford describes talking to an old Italian butcher who says: "When I was young, there was one kind of prosciutto. It was made in the winter, by hand, and aged for two years. It was sweet when you smelled it. A profound perfume. Unmistakable. To age a prosciutto is a subtle business. If it's too warm, the aging process never begins. The meat spoils. If it's too dry, the meat is ruined. It needs to be damp but cool. The summer is too hot. In the winter—that's when you make salumi. Your prosciutto. Your soppressata. Your sausages." Sliced prosciutto crudo in Italian cuisine is often served as an antipasto / snack, wrapped around grissini or bread along with a glass of wine. It is eaten as accompaniment to cooked spring vegetables, such as asparagus or peas or as a pizza topping. Prosciutto slices are often difficult to cut in pieces for use in cooking, as they tend to shred and stick to one another. In this case either using very sharp knives and carving by hand is best if you have a well made ham holder. Prosciutto is often served in sandwiches and panini, sometimes in a variation on the Caprese Salad, with basil, tomato and fresh mozzarella. A basic sandwich served in some European cafes and bars consists of prosciutto in a croissant. Dry-cured ham originated as a meat preservation process. Through dry-curing the ham can be stored for several months. The processing technology is based on traditional knowledge passed from one generation to the other. The raw materials and the ripening conditions have a significant influence on the final texture and flavour. Prosciutto is one of the best known and widely used as appetizer in most of the gourmet restaurants. It is sliced paper thin and served with variety of foods such as cheese, pickled vegetables, smoked sausages etc. It is commonly used as party favorite when serving wine or other alcoholic beverages.