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During Colonial times, families were bigger by necessity, with plenty of kids who all had work-it-off-in-the-field appetites. Toda...y's American households are different, with fewer people and smaller appetites. That's why Edward's of Surry, Virginia came up with this little gem of a boneless Virginia Country Ham (average weight 2-3 lbs.). It may be a small country ham in size, but it's all meat and big on hickory-smoked, country ham flavor -- a convenient variation on their larger, cooked Virginia Country Hams. This compact smoked country ham has the same bold flavor and rich mahogany Virginia ham color that have made Edwards hams legendary. And take it from the pro's at Edward's of Surry, the size of this easy-to-store country ham is a bit misleading. When you slice it paper-thin, you do more than enhance it's unique Virginia ham flavor. You also end up with a feast-size quantity of delicious country cured ham slices! Fully cooked country ham, ready to heat gently and serve. Comes in traditional cloth bag for impressive gift-giving. read more

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With this premium-quality country ham, Edward's of Surry, Virgina delivers what some folks call "country folks' caviar." Hickory-s...moked, pepper coated, and authentically salt-cured the old-fashioned way, this Virginia ham has an unmistakable full-bodied flavor (some call it "pungent") because it's aged almost a full year. Its distinctive smoky, intense flavor makes this classic Virginia Ham the choice for discriminating country ham lovers. When the smokehouse reserved for Edward's Wigwam Hams is full, that's it for the year. That's why this is a true "limited edition" Virginia Ham. Bone-in and uncooked, complete with instructions for storing and preparing. And around the holidays, remember: country ham is one of the world's most appreciated gifts. Mold on skin of an aged ham is natural and harmless. Remove by washing with hot water and stiff brush. (If necessary, remove portion of hock so ham fits into cooking vessel.) Prior to cooking your Wigwam ham, soaking is essential. Soak ham overnight in water to remove salt. Then, wash with warm water and stiff brush to remove mold and pepper. Uncooked 16-18 lb. ham. Serves 64. Shelf Life (after cooking): 10 days without refrigeration, 8 weeks refrigerated, 4 months frozen. read more

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The ham that made "ham" famous. After aging for up to a year, Smithfield pungent hams are closely trimmed and scrubbed, ready for ...you to cook and glaze. As prescribed by law and strictly adhered to by Smithfield curemasters, their world famous Genuine Smithfield Hams are first dry salt cured, then slowly smoked to perfection using oak, hickory and apple woods. Aged for nearly a year, these Genuine Smithfield Hams are carefully cured and closely trimmed for your holiday table. To serve slice "tissue thin" to properly capture the unique Genuine Smithfield taste and delight your guests. Uncooked. read more

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Here's Mom's secret weapon for pleasing guests for breakfast, Sunday brunch or dinner. She lays this pre-sliced Virginia country h...am into a hot skillet and lets the irresistible aroma of sizzlin' hickory-smoked country ham draw 'em to the table. There's no muss...no fuss...no making room in the refrigerator for a full-size ham. These delicious Virginia ham slices come de-boned and packed in convenient, easy-to-store vacuum sealed packages. Enjoy great Virginia ham flavor for breakfast or dinner in just minutes. read more

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