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Glazed Ham

The smoked hams sold in supermarkets are usually labeled “cook before eating,” “fully cooked,” or “ready-to-eat” —the last two mean the s...

by James Beard


Spiced and Honey-Glazed Ham

It seems like everyone loves honey-baked hams. The salty cure of the ham against the sweet crystallized sugar crust is simply irresistibl...

by Michael Chiarello


Country-Fried Ham With Redeye Gravy

Trim the skin off the ham, leaving as much of the fat as possible. Soak the ham in enough milk to cover for about 20 minutes. Drain and ...

by Christopher Idone

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Root Beer-Glazed Ham

This is without a doubt the most-asked-for recipe in the 17-year history of my radio show. Demand for it rises during the holidays but ne...

by Tom Fitzmorris


Fried Country Ham Steaks with Red-Eve Gravy

Charlie Gatton Jr., of Father’s Country Hams will be quick to tell you that the future lies in country ham steaks-and he’s not wrong. The...

by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough


Catskills Cubano

An authentic Cuban sandwich has roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard, and I don’t deviate much from this formula. I like S...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


Peas with Ham

Guisantes con jamòn is a classic tapas dish with delicious sweet and savory flavors.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Prosciutto, Sage, and Parmesan Pinwheels

Serve these easy-to-make pinwheels at your first gathering as newlyweds for a crisp, two-bite popper that pairs beautifully with bubbly. ...

by Lorna Yee and Ali Basye


Glazed Country Cured Ham

For the glaze: In a bowl, combine the brown sugar with the dry mustard and bourbon. Stir in the molasses.Scrub off any coating that has d...

by Christopher Idone


Baked Ham

Baked ham is an ideal main dish for beginning cooks and the best answer for the harried cook. It requires only that you put it into the o...

by Marion Cunningham


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