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The "Pio Tosini" Parma ham storehouse, Parma, Italy

Behold, the birthplace for one of the tastiest hams in the world, the Parma Ham. Otherwise known as Prosciutto (or vice versa depending where you live), it's an aged, dry-cured, spiced Italian ham that is usually sliced thin and served raw. (Wikipedia) This is what all the cathedrals in Rome should look like!

From: http://www.news.com.au/gallery/0,23607,5036414-5007150-18,00.html

Hungry? ... Parma hams are seen at the "Pio Tosini" Parma ham storehouse, in Parma, Italy. Picture: Marco Vasini / AP

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The "Pio Tosini" Parma ham storehouse, Parma, Italy
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, December 20 2008 @ 09:42 PM EST
ham's?

The plural of ham is hams. No apostrophe. Sheesh.
The "Pio Tosini" Parma ham storehouse, Parma, Italy
Authored by: Billy on Sunday, January 11 2009 @ 06:18 PM EST
Uh oh grammar police! Fixed!