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Attic Aged Ham Sliced and Vacuum Sealed

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A318 Slice and Sealed Attic Aged Ham 7.5 to 8.5 lbs.
$79.99
A3015 Sliced and Sealed Attic Aged Ham 15 to 17 lbs.
$123.00
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E.M. Burger Private Stash - Attic Aged Ham is our pride and joy. We take our time to use only the freshest hams, dry cure them with our salt, pepper and sugar mixture and age them for over 210 days, just like our found E.M. Burger did when he cured his first hams in 1927.

To create this product, we sliced this ham into ready to cook slices and packaged them into vacuum-sealed packaging to ensure freshness and flavor when you are ready to use them. Choose between a whole or half ham - sliced for convenience. Whole Ham - center slices will be packed two slices per package. Half Ham - we slice the whole ham & alternate slices from each half to give you a true half ham.

Center Cut Slices will be packed one slice per packages and end cut slices three or more slices per package. Keep refrigerated upon arrival.


How To Bake A Country Ham Instructions


*Helpful Hint: Ham may be cooked the day prior to serving.

  • Scrub ham in the sink under warm water with a clean scrub brush to remove mold and other residues.
  • Soak the ham in cold water at room temperature for up to 12 hours to lower salt content. (Optional)
  • Place ham, skin side up, in a deep roaster on a shallow rack to keep the bottom of ham from scorching.


*Helpful Hint: Cut off the hock if the ham is too big for your roaster.

  • Add water and one cup of sorghum, honey, or brown sugar to cover as much of ham as possible, but stay at least two inches from the top of the roaster.
  • Insert meat thermometer, cover roaster, and SIMMER, NOT BOIL in the oven slowly at 250 degrees F.


*Helpful Hint: If the water level does not cover at least 2/3 of ham, turn the ham over midway
through baking time to ensure even cooking.

 

  • Remove ham from oven when the thermometer reaches 158 degrees F.
  • Allow ham to slowly cool in the liquid, and then drain all but 1 inch of liquid.
  • Remove skin and excess fat and return to the roaster for glazing (optional).
  • Leave the desired layer of fat so the glaze will cling to the surface.

How To Glaze A Country Ham Instructions


  • Make a thick paste using 1 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup vinegar.
  • Apply to the fat side of the ham.
  • Place in 400 degree F oven for 20 minutes or until glaze is browned.


*Helpful Hint: Watch ham closely during the glazing process to avoid burning.


Learn How To Cook A Country Ham Video



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