Sunday Jan 27, 2008

Chicken or Egg

We’ve all heard this old chestnut: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

We’ve also learned the importance of asking the right question instead of chasing red herrings.

I like what Alan Watts had to say in this regard: to paraphrase, maybe a chicken is an egg’s way of making more eggs.

I’m lovin’ this post.

Eggs over easy for breakfast for sure.

Posted by soho art chick on 01/29 at 12:07 PM from Soho.

What difference is there between Jamón Serrano and other European cured hams?

Posted by Vosgi on 05/25 at 03:48 AM.

Jamón Serrano has a lower moisture content in the end product, giving it a firmer texture and a more intense flavour. The French Jambon de Bayonne has a different flavour and is usually sold without the hoof and with the skin slightly cut back at the tip, whereas Jamón Serrano has a V-shaped cut in its skin. The essential difference between Jamón Serrano and Spanish Ibérico Ham is the breed of pigs and the diet they are fed on. Ibérico Ham is different, its curing process is very long and it has outstanding flavour and aroma. buy jamon iberico online and have it delivered to your door.

Posted by Francine on 05/25 at 04:15 AM.

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