The world’s most expensive ham comes straight out of the hills of Extremadura, Spain. Maldonado ham sells for a cool $160 a pound and is the priciest you’re likely to find. Spanish ham producer Manuel Maldonado feeds his free-range pigs a diet of high-quality acorns and then cures their meat for two years; the Associated Press calls them “Spain’s poshest pigs.” They probably are; the cost of a full leg of ham costs more than four iPhones. While we don’t think this ham will be showing up in restaurants anytime soon, we do have some of our own posh pigs here in Philly. Specifically, Tinto’s array of Spanish hams, Tria’s charcuterie platter and the range of cured meats at Chick’s Cafe & Wine Bar.