14 January 2009

"Fire" Chorizo & Chili Tapas



The village of Orce is around 3000 feet above sea level making the weather somewhat cold in the winter months. The area also has its own micro climate so the weather is also very changeable.



...and when it snows, it snows!



We usually get snowed in at least once a year, ok though as the local farmer does his rounds and digs out the residents with his JCB



A quick tapa (only for the brave) to warm you up on a winters day.

*Orce "Fire" Chorizo
*Liver or Ham
*Green chilli



Keep a cold drink handy...!

10 comments:

giz said...

So excited to see your blog - now I'm going to learn how to make tapas. Wonderful!!!

Orce Serrano Hams said...

Hi Giz! Thanks for passing by, enjoy the recipes.

Ivy said...

Do you believe I bought chorizo from France as I cannot get any in Greece? Maybe we should start a business together... The tap looks really hot!!

Shionge said...

Hey I logged on your website and learned so much about Orce Serrano Ham - love it!

Sheffy said...

I love these pictures. You certainly need something warm and spicy.

Orce Serrano Hams said...

Ivy: Swap you for some of that wonderful Feta cheese next time!

Shionge: Thanks for visiting the website, if you need any further info don't hesitate to ask.

Sheffy: ...and a brandy coffee after walking the dogs in the morning!

pigpigscorner said...

Your blog is interesting! I love Spanish food esp tapas!

Orce Serrano Hams said...

pigpigscorner: Thanks for passing by the blog! Whats your favourite Spanish tapa then?

Peter M said...

Lovely bites of Chorizo and peppers...may I have the next 8?

Orce Serrano Hams said...

Peter M: Many thanks for passing by, you would be brave man to eat a lot of these tapas!