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Attic Aged Ham Bacon

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A734Attic Aged Country Ham Bacon Four 8 oz. pkgs
A738Attic Aged Country Ham Bacon Eight 8 oz. pkgs

Bold Flavor Country Ham in the form of bacon?  We are here to bring you a favorite customer product that combines our E. M. Burger Private Stash - Attic Aged Ham, ham that's dry-cured and aged for over 210 days for a bold country ham flavor that can only come with time, with a thinner slice associated with your favorite bacon product. 

Our Attic Aged Country Ham Bacon is our country ham sliced into "bacon-like" slices.  It's a convenient way to eat our ham at breakfast, on a sandwich or anywhere else you would typically eat bacon.  We guarantee this will add flavor to the meal!

How To Pan Fry Country Ham

  • Heat skillet to 350°F or medium high.
  • Add 2 tablespoons cooking oil or bacon grease (optional).
  • Sear ham slices by frying vigorously for 2 minutes on each side.

Helpful Hint: Cover skillet during frying to tenderize and seal in flavor.

How To Grill Country Ham Steaks

  • Preheat grill, then on each of the rounded ends of the slice, notch 2 to 3 times, cutting through the fat to the lean. (This prevents the slice from curling during grilling.)
  • Place ham slice on grill and cook for 1 ½ minutes. Flip and cook for 1 ½ minutes.
  • Take off grill and serve hot.

How To Make Red Eye Gravy

  • Remove ham from skillet and pour off any excess grease if present.
  • Leave skillet over medium high heat and add ½ cup brewed coffee or water depending on taste preference.
  • Stir to release drippings from skillet and reduce liquid by half.
  • Pour gravy over ham, eggs, or biscuits.
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