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Thanksgiving Ham

by Talley and Beryl

in Main Course,Methods,Pork

For the past month, we’ve been working on this Thanksgiving ham. We cured the ham, hung it, smoked it, soaked it, boiled it, roasted it, and served it. Now, after all that, it’s kind of hard to know how to measure success. Having never experienced anything but standard, store-bought ham before, we weren’t exactly sure […]

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Our Thanksgiving ham continues to evolve.  Yesterday we told you about the curing and hanging process, and today we’ll show you how we’ve been smoking the ham.  People have been smoking meats since before recorded history.  The original purpose was probably food preservation, as the dehydrating and antibacterial properties of the smoking process allow meat […]

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My cousin Kathryn called last week looking for Thanksgiving ideas, so this post is for her. I’ll be making these sprouts next Thursday, along with this pie. When I made this last night, we ate it warm, but for thanksgiving I will prepare it a couple hours before dinner and serve it as a room […]

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