Carne Fiambre refers to the traditional dish serve during Sunday picnic traditions in the Spanish Caribbic islands called Dia del Campo. Carne Fiambre is a traditional homemade cold sausage from beef, ham, and shrimp serve with pickles and olives and a salad with a standard oil and vinegar dressing.

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