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Old 12-26-2014, 02:16 AM
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Default Re: Christmas Ham

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Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
bury it for a day. When they dug it up, it was tender and cooked all the way through. Can't do anything like that these days. Hard enough to even find a good quality salt cured ham.
When I was a kid I remember a neighbor had slaughtered a huge hog, then had some pit barbecue where there was a hole, fire, coals, foil, banana leaves, etc.. Buried for hours, and a giant party when we dug it up. I must have been 6-8 years old, and it left a lasting impression.
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