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Biscuit Cut Country Ham

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Item #ContainsDelivered
B754Biscuit Cut Country Ham, Biscuit Mix and Cutter
$66.00
B7504Four 8 oz. pkgs. (ham only)
$49.00
B7508Eight 8 oz. pkgs. (ham only)
$75.00
B7512Twelve 8 oz. pkgs. (ham only)
$99.99

Gourmet food gifts are perfect for any occasion.  Shop our many offerings, including our Country Ham and Biscuits set. 

Our authentic country ham biscuit slices are crafted from our dry-cured country hams aged for over 90 days for a bold flavor that is distinct to country ham.  It's paired with our homemade biscuit mix and biscuit cutter - all of the tools needed for the perfect country breakfast - and in one ready to ship sampler pack. 

Guaranteed to be loved by anyone receiving it (even if it's you)!


Item:  B754 contains:

  • Four 8oz. packages Biscuit Cut Country Ham
  • Two 1 lb. bags Buttermilk Biscuit Mix
  • One Biscuit Cutter


Have your own favorite biscuit recipe?  Buy just the Biscuit Cut Country Ham. (Item B7504, B7508, and B7512) 


Ham cuts are smoked and cured with salt, brown sugar, and pepper. 


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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