Pear shaped ham

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Has anyone ever tried this. Seems cheap so probably cheap and nasty? 

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1 hour ago, Jollygoodfellow said:

Has anyone ever tried this. Seems cheap so probably cheap and nasty? 

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Haven't tried that specific one but I really don't care for the caramel glazed hams. Any plain old sugar cured ham is fine for me.

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7 hours ago, Jollygoodfellow said:

Has anyone ever tried this. Seems cheap so probably cheap and nasty? 

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Too sweet.

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Bit too sweet for me, and seems like a canned ham. Hard to find a real ham... lots of pig... not much good ham. 

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6 hours ago, Tukaram (Tim) said:

Bit too sweet for me, and seems like a canned ham. Hard to find a real ham... lots of pig... not much good ham. 

Try Virginia cooked sliced ham I think you might like it.

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Yes I believe I have tried that one... it was cheap and nasty, fed it to the dog!

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Does anyone know how to make ham .?

The rough plan is to have a few pigs here and hopefully I can do ham and bacon perhaps sausages 

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2 hours ago, bastonjock said:

Does anyone know how to make ham .?

The rough plan is to have a few pigs here and hopefully I can do ham and bacon perhaps sausages 

They have recipes on BBC good food.I have made it in the past with varying results.

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Never had that one but the Fiesta ham is very good from Pure foods.

 

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2 hours ago, Howard said:

Never had that one but the Fiesta ham is very good from Pure foods.

 

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I believe these Ham's are bought frozen?  Do they just need to be thawed and then eaten or do they require cooking?

 

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