Attention cured meats fans: This season local Costco warehouses are selling bone-in cured jamón serrano imported from Spain for $100.

That's less than half the price of the Serrano hams available on the Costco.com website, which are cured longer.

While sporadically available in California and around the country over the years, they have not been an item carried regularly at the big-box retailer. SFGATE confirms the Spanish delicacy is being carried at local warehouses, including the San Francisco, the South San Francisco Costco Business Center and the Vallejo warehouse. It's best to check with your local warehouse for availability, as product varies by store.

Complete with a wooden stand and carving knife the same 14-pound jamon from Noel is sold for $235 on Amazon.

In previous years, shoppers have reported the store carrying the much more expensive Iberico-style bellota hams for upwards of $500, however, we did not see any this year.

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While it's no Iberico, it does appear to be a good deal and might be an attractive entry-point for pork enthusiasts who can't spend hundreds of dollars on their charcuterie.

Chances are, you'll have to watch a couple of videos to learn how to slice one up, and even then, it's harder than it looks. But don't worry, you can leave one of these out at room temperature for months, so you'll have plenty of time to practice.