This aromatic salami, from a small town in Argentina that was settled by Italians, has subtle notes of garlic, nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon. Every now and then a whole peppercorn will burst into flavorful view, adding a bit of bright spice to the mix. No need to remove the casing. Simply slice thin and enjoy.
Chapel Hill Farm
Chapel Hill Farm is a paragon of excellence in ethical animal husbandry. Their cows spend their entire lives in the pasture, and are never given hormones, steroids, or unnecessary harmful antibiotics. Their cows are allowed to breed naturally, and their calves are slowly weaned from their mother's milk at their own pace. Chapel Hill raises a nearly extinct heritage breed, the Randall Lineback. Known for its superb tolerance to both heat and cold as well as its docile temperament, this was one of the original all-purpose cattle seen in colonial America. While taking nearly twice as long to reach maturity as more common breeds, it is a postmark from another time, when cows were considered essential to all aspects of daily life. Supporting Chapel Hill supports the continuation of the Randall Lineback breed.