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Hickory Smoked Half City Ham Unsliced

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H297City Half Ham Unsliced 7-8.5 lbs.
H299City Half Ham Unsliced 8.5-10 lbs.

Enjoy the best ham eating experience with our Hickory Smoked City Hams. Our Half Cut Hickory Smoked City Ham brings you the sweet honey & smoky flavor in a size manageable for your occasion.

We use fresh hams that are brined and slow smoked for fully cooked perfection. We then vacuum seal the half-cut ham without slicing, so that you can create the slice thickness you prefer at home.

Serve this ham at room temperature or warmed to your preference. We guarantee delicious tastes in every bite!

What is a Smoked Bone-In Ham?

It is created from a fresh, bone-in ham portion that is brine-cured, slow-smoked & fully cooked over real hickory wood chips. It has a perfect blend between sweet & savory.  The bone is not removed during the smoking & cooking process.

What Side Dishes Should I Serve with Ham? 

The flavor of smoked ham pairs perfectly with almost any of your favorite side dishes, but we suggest a potato and green vegetable side dish, along with your favorite bread & dessert to make a great tasting ham meal.

Hickory Smoked Half Ham

Refrigerate upon arrival. If not to be used within 28 days, freeze for up to 6 months.
Fully Cooked. Ready to Heat & Serve.



  1. Allow 2-3 days for the ham to thaw in the refrigerator (if frozen).
  2. Take thawed ham out of the refrigerator 45 minutes before heating.
  3. Remove packaging from ham and discard plastic film, foil, and any bone guard.
  4. Pre-heat oven to 350°F.
  5. Proceed to heating instructions.

Helpful Hint: The flavor is outstanding straight from the refrigerator or warming for 30 minutes - great for special occasions.



Helpful Hint: DO NOT OVERHEAT.

  1. Place ham in roasting pan with the cut surface down. Cover with foil.
  2. Put ham in the oven for 60-75 minutes.
  3. Take ham from oven, cover with foil, and let rest 15 minutes.
  4. Glaze, if desired.



  1. Place ham in a baking bag with the cut surface down (see diagram).
  2. Add 1-2 tablespoons of flour.
  3. Close bag and tie.
  4. Make 2-3 slits in top of the bag to let steam escape.
  5. Place ham in roasting pan with the cut surface down. Cover with foil.
  6. Put ham in the oven for 60-75 minutes.
  7. Take ham from oven and let rest 15 minutes.
  8. Remove ham from bag and glaze, if desired.


Fancy Method
Helpful Hint: See instructional video on our website or go to YouTube.

  1. Stud ham with cloves and add several bay leaves between the slices, if spiral sliced.
  2. Laying the cut surface of the ham (or face) down instead of on its side when heating, will keep
  3. more of the juices in and not dry out the ham.
  4. Sauté some fruit (grapes, apples, figs, plums, and/or pears will work), onion, and herbs of your choice in 2 tablespoons of oil for several minutes.
  5. Place sauté mixture in the bottom of the roasting pan and position ham with cut surface down on top of the sauté mixture. Cover with foil.
  6. Microwave honey glaze for 30 seconds until glaze becomes thin and runny. CAUTION: Glaze will be very hot!
  7. Brush some of the glaze on the exterior of the ham.
  8. Put ham in oven for 60-75 minutes brushing ham occasional with additional glaze.
  9. Take ham from oven, apply any remaining glaze, cover with foil, and let rest for 15 minutes.
  10. Remove cloves and bay leaves and serve.



Helpful Hint: Ham does NOT have to be heated to be glazed.

  1. Remove baking bag if used during heating.
  2. Turn oven temperature to low broil.
  3. Place ham back in the roaster pan.
  4. Microwave honey glaze for 30 seconds until glaze becomes thin and runny. CAUTION: Glaze will be very hot!
  5. Brush glaze over ham.
  6. Place back in the oven for 5 minutes.
  7. Remove from oven, apply more glaze and return to oven.
  8. Continue until desired color and glaze coating is achieved.
  9. Cherries or canned pineapple may be used for additional garnish.

CAUTION: Fresh pineapple laid across ham will cause it to become mushy.



Un-sliced Ham

  1. Place ham on cutting board with fat/glaze side up.
  2. Remove meat from bone by sliding knife blade along the center bone to remove a large section of meat.
  3. Slice ham to desired thickness and layout on serving platter.
  4. Continue removing chunks of meat from the bone, slice, and layout on a platter.

Spiral Sliced Ham

  1. Place ham on cutting board with fat/glaze side up.
  2. Slide thin-bladed knife around the center bone to release.
  3. Make a knife cut starting at the center bone and cut towards the outer surface of the ham allowing slices to fall away.
  4. Remove chunks of ham, slice, and layout on serving platter.

Helpful Hint: Save the bone for seasoning beans or soup and save trimmings for seasoning vegetables.


Learn how to cook, cut and serve your Spiral Sliced City Ham


View Instructions

How much ham do I need?

Serving Sizes:

Estimate 3/4 lb. per person for Bone-In Ham

Estimate 1/2 lb. per person for Boneless Ham


For a 10 person dinner, you will need a Bone-In Ham 7.5 to 10 lbs. or a 5 lb. Boneless Ham.

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