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Fresh Ham #7358896 11/27/18 12:04 AM
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Need a recipe for cooking a fresh ham.

Re: Fresh Ham [Re: Cool Mo D] #7358905 11/27/18 12:10 AM
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I had one cured one time. It didn't come out well. Might try a pink salt brine for a few days. Put brown sugar, liquid smoke, and salt in there.

Try this.

https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/03/maple-cured-canadian-bacon-grilled-recipe.html


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I would brine it like a turkey in apple juice, salt, brown sugar and other seasonings for a couple days and then smoke it. .


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