Hey guys, lay off Jose Calderon about the pig farm he is part owner of, OK? Just relax about it, so he can sell hams in peace.

No idea what I’m talking about? Fine. Just read this, from Eric Koreen at the National Post:

The most commonly known bit of Jose Calderon trivia is that you’re involved with a pig farm in Spain.
Everybody is kind of surprised. It’s a company. It’s not like the whole thing is owned by me. We just sell some ham in Spain. That’s all. Everybody knows that. Somebody put that in a media guide one time and all of the sudden it’s the main thing. But that’s a little thing.

Look, it’s not a big deal that Jose Calderon has a company that owns a pig farm. He just sells hams in Spain. Who cares? It’s just hams, OK? Spanish hams. Don’t even worry about it.

Enough with the hams. Moving on, sheesh.

Comments (9)

  1. This is clearly coming from someone who has never had a Jamón serrano.

  2. Spanish ham is pretty terrific.

  3. Some of the best ham in the world is Spanish… Serrano and Iberico are delicious

  4. This deserves the glaringly obvious: #HAM

  5. Interested to read your thoughts on Stern retiring, TK.

  6. HAHAHA!
    Kerbyt the frog once again stepped into the “like…whatever…like i don’t really care about like other countries and the things going on there….like”- trap!

  7. Bodman na nam PORK!!! …. to bad for rasta’s i LOVE bacon!

  8. Do they have ham farms in Dallas?

  9. Chinese dry-cured hams have been recorded in texts since before the Song dynasty and used in myriad dishes. Several types exist in Qing dynasty cuisine and are used in dishes of stewing hams.

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