Description: Fra’ Mani Salametto Piccante is a Spanish dry chorizo is seasoned with smoked paprika and a hint of cumin
Serving suggestion: There are few things that hit the spot quite like linguine con vongole (linguine with clams). What’s a better way to spice things up than adding some lightly sautéed strips of our Salametto Piccante. We like to call it a perfect balance of a little bit of brine, brightness, and a whole lot of flavor
Description: SALAMETTO. A classic dry salami that’s rich and tasty. Seasoned with sea salt, black pepper, red wine, and the perfect hint of garlic, the Salametto is one of our most popular choices
Serving suggestion: Butter makes everything better. Our Salametto does too. But together…don’t even get us started. Dice some Salametto and combine it in a food processor with some unsalted butter. Plain butter just won’t cut it anymore.
@phendrick@shahnm, not sure, but these are best eaten by October & ya can’t freeze’em, so…I can eat salami, but not 24/7, eight days a week, or every freaking day till Oct. I mean, I ain’t Italian + I prefer beef salami anyway!!
@Bdonski I was all “huh? are you sure?” In part because I’d never heard of goodeggs. So I looked around, and sure enough there are two of the flavors for $11 (plus shipping/delivery). Even though one of them is only 11 ounces, I’ll definitely still count that.
However, they only deliver to [parts of] California, right? (and a brief attempt to find good prices on Fra’Mani at other sites was not very fruitful)
I guess I agree that Meh’s price is not necessarily exclusive, but it’s more broadly available. So in the end, I guess I’m not sure what the price comparison should be. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Fwiw, framani.com also says “keep refrigerated” without any “after opening” qualification. Makes me a little nervous. Does it make them go bad to be room warehouse temperature for too long? Or is it just like one of those “best by” dates, so maybe they’re not quite as good as before? (but it’s Meh, so we expect at least some of that)
@xobzoo they’re full of mold as they should be as they’re air cured. They’re also fully delicious. Some of the best salami I’ve ever eaten. They don’t need to be refrigerated before they’re opened but they’ll keep a lot better if you refrigerate after you cut into them.
Unfortunately, storage conditions for these sausages included several months in Ned’s garage, to where numerous disappearances of young men have been traced. It’s dim and dusty, various rusty butchery instruments swaying on hooks, and there’s a rumored torture pit. EEEEeeeee…
Like everyone I got this in my email, LOL!
I’m glad the driver was OK!
Basically, “I’m sorry, your Meat did not survive the accident!” RIP
We wanted to provide an update on your…checks notes…Salami order. (Salameh?)
These were anticipated to have shipped on Monday, however, due to an unforeseen accident (like, the truck of salami got in an accident), these will now be shipping around the 7th of September. They will ship via 2day Air. (Oh, everyone is fine from the accident, just the salami….well….)
Because the salami was destroyed, we are going to be shipping a different batch with fresher Best By dates. The new dates are as follows: