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La Española foods in Harbor City

Eric Eto | Jan 6, 200312:24 PM     1

Forgot to post on La Española food importers in Harbor City. I went there to stock up on a few things for a Xmas eve potluck dinner, and picked up some cheeses (they seem to have about a half dozen different kinds of cabrales and manchego) and membrillo (quince paste), some cured meat (I got a good piece of lomo embuchado (cured pork loin), and their olive concoction which is marinated with chorizo (or some other kind of spicy meat). There was a sample on the counter, and I was immediately hooked. I should have gotten some sliced jamón serrano, but I was already at my limit, so I decided that was for another visit. This place is such a great resource for spanish food products.

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