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A sweet glaze is a natural partner for ham and this oneís no different. Except for the apricots that is. Their sweet mellow taste gives this glaze its distinction. And the ham? Itís always distinctive when itís a genuine Smithfield.
This is the classic ham that makes the holiday. A touch of mustard, a hint of cloves and a splash of apple cider vinegar combine to make the baste and the glaze for this traditional "it's-not-the-holidays-without-it" ham.
Got a big crowd and a big occasion? Hereís the big idea recipe youíve been looking for. This delicious variation on the traditional glazed ham brings the citrus taste of orange to the mix. Best of all you can prepare it fast -- just 15 minutes and itís in the oven.
For a boneless ham, figure about 4 to 5 servings per pound.
For a semi-boneless ham, figure 3 to 4 servings per pound.
With a bone-in ham, figure about 2 to 3 servings per pound.
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Excellent. We are of the old school. We had turkey and ham for Thanksgiving. We are hungry looking at it. We are certain Paula used her pots and pans now being offered in every Wal-Mart. What can be better than a Smithfield Ham?
I have had the Smithfield Ham and it is truly wonderful. Sometimes when you buy a ham you don't know if it will be too salty, too sweet etc., but this ham was great. Not to salty or too sweet. I would definitely buy it again many times over.