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bobsallyh

Livingston, TX.

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Posted: 11/03/19 12:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Boy, good old country ham, not city ham. Whole smoked country ham is one ugly piece of meat. Used to get ours at Rotz's Meats on US 522 just out of McConnellesburg, Penna. Also had Thomas Brothers when doing racing in the Carolinas' Along with some red eye gravy. Fine dining! If you find any in Arizona. At least now we can usually get Lebanon Bologna.
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DutchmenSport

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Posted: 11/03/19 01:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Merrykalia wrote:

DutchmenSport wrote:

It's a regional thing. Ask for whole ham or spiral cut ham. You will probably get better results.


Dutchmen, I usually agree with most of your comments, but there is a BIG difference in a whole ham and spiral cut ham and "country ham". Country ham is salt or occasionally sugar cured. Whole hams may be cured, but not with as much salt as a country ham is. It is so salty, it makes your blood pressure rise just smelling it cook. I guess that's what makes it so good.


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Vintage465

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Posted: 11/03/19 07:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Your best bet is go to https://www.broadbenthams.com/ They have all the country ham type products you're craving. I get their biscuit slices and their bacon. All arrives un-refrigerated and perfectly safe. I love country ham and no one out east of Oklahoma even knows what it is. Waffle House is my first stop when one comes in to sight...............


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paddykernahan

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Posted: 11/05/19 11:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm from Michigan but always had country ham and grits growing up.
Not sure where my dad got a taste for it.
Have a sister-in-law that keeps me supplied in country ham.
Don't eat it often but I love the stuff.





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