by Dan Gibson
Apparently it can be very difficult for people who aren't fancy chef-types to get one of these Spanish Mangalitsa hams, so that must mean it's crazy delicious, right? Clearly, I can't afford to pay $438.99 (plus shipping) for a thirteen pound bone-in ham (with carving stand), but if you all pass the hat, it'll nearly seem reasonable when split among a group of like-minded readers of The Range who would like to make me happy. As a bonus, if I get this magnificent ham, I will invite five readers to the office to taste a slice. A really thin slice, obviously, but a slice nonetheless. Deal?