A ham

Ham was pork that had been preserved through various processes, including salting, smoking, and dry curing.[1] It was traditionally made from the hind leg of a pig, and, as such, the term ham also referred to this particular cut of meat.[1]

Parma ham was a thin-sliced, dry-cured variety of ham originating in Italy.[2] Panino Italia, a type of panino served at the Luchino Caffe, had parma ham as one of its ingredients.[3]

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