This ham might have an "melt-in-the-mouth texture" but as a smoker,I wouldn't be able to distinguish it from a packet of processed rubbish costing 50p.So I to will continue to chomp on spam until I finally succeed in quitting smoking. :)
but when you think about the amount of care taken from breeding right through to the curing, it is actually amazing value."
I don't personally think that £1800 for a leg of ham is actually amazing value, I think it's an outrageous price for meat that comes from a pig that was allowed to roam over fields eating acorns and roots.
Acorns and roots don't strike me as particularly expensive pig food - the people who buy this ham must be those things beginning with 'F' who are easily parted from their money.
That's the one. I've never heard of sake massages? There's a few places in the UK that sell it, but orders tend to have to be placed months in advance. It does cost a penny or two as well! Tastes good though :)