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Campo Grande Ibérico Pork Abanico | Avg 12oz

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Free Range | avg 12 oz | Ibérico Pork

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  • Abanico is a premium cut of Iberico that contains the perfect balance of fat and fibers. If cooked correctly, it will be very crispy yet tender with a rich, nutty flavor.
  • No antibiotics. No hormones. Non-GMO. High in Omega-9s and oleic acid.
  • Iberian pigs grow freely in the pastures and feed on grass and acorns. Thanks to their physical activity and type of food, Iberian pork is healthier and boasts a rich, complex flavor.

Cooking Tips

  • No matter what recipe you choose, remember that all cuts should be left out of the fridge at room temperature. This allows the meat to quickly reach a higher cooking temperature and creates a more tender cut.
  • Utilizing a grill is the easiest way to prepare Abanico pork. The cut will be crispy and full of flavor.
  • Brush the cut with olive oil and season with salt flakes, pepper, and aromatic herbs. As this cut is thin, it cooks quickly.
  • Finally, serve with your favorite garnish. The Abanico has such a powerful flavor that it goes well with everything. From traditional rice dishes to risottos and rice stews.

Wine Pairing

  • The succulent marbling and intense flavor profile of this premium cut call for a wine that can complement its unique qualities. Opt for a full-bodied red wine, such as a robust Rioja or a bold Priorat, to match the intensity of the meat.
  • To enhance the natural sweetness and nutty undertones of Abanico Ibérico pork, opt for a medium-bodied red wine with balanced acidity such as Tempranillo or Grenache.
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Campo Grande Ibérico Pork

Campo Grande's Ibérico pork is the perfect example of attention to genetics, lifestyle, and diet creating incredibly marbled cuts. They source directly from humane family-owned farms in southern Spain that never use gestation or farrowing crates, nor antibiotics or hormones.

These rustic Slow Growth black-hoofed hogs are free-range and live twice as long as their industrial counterparts. Their 100% vegetarian diet hinges on nuts and grasses, which makes for multilayered flavor and off-the-charts marbling.