quality Parma ham or prosciutto
extra virgin olive oil
Quarter a fig (you could also use peaches, clementines or melon), pinch apart a little buffalo mozzarella, take a mint leaf then wrap a slice of Parma ham or prosciutto around everything and stab together on your fork. Finish by drizzling over a little extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar if you like. This combination is fresh and lovely.
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