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|Michael in Phoenix||
Earnie, this sounds so good! Everytime I see a country salt-cured and aged ham...
Joined: Dec 9, 2005
Posted to Thread #21228 at 11:37 pm on Dec 17, 2011
...I think of a time when I was very small. My Dad got one of these hams from his boss as a Christmas gift. My Mom didn't know it was salt cured and had no idea how to "handle" it. She baked it like any other ham and, of course, it was basically inedible.
She decided these hams were terrible, and I took that as gospel until I was in my mid-twenties and I finally tasted a properly prepared country ham. Oh my goodness! They are so delicious.
Little did I know, all those years...
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Other messages in this thread:
- 21228. Tennessee Country Ham - Earnie - 11:17pm on 12/17/11 (3)
- Earnie, this sounds so good! Everytime I see a country salt-cured and aged ham... - Michael in Phoenix - 11:37pm on 12/17/11
- Despite the soaking - Earnie - 12:20am on 12/18/11
- Oh my goodness you're making me hungry! And I just had dinner. [NT] - Joe - 12:25am on 12/18/11