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Walmart blowing out hams #9029108 04/04/24 01:47 PM
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I saw they had marked their Easter hams down to $1.50 a pound, so bought one yesterday just because. Didn't really intend to bake a ham this week, but guess I will. I think I'll throw it some smoke on the Trager first, then into the oven.

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Our local Kroger`s (Granbury) still have their spiral hams on sale for .97 cents per lb. I may try to snatch up a few if I can get by there. Great for sandwiches.

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Yep, I've picked a couple each of my last trips to Kroger - limit 2. Can't beat them for the price.


Monday ham sandwiches
Tues ham and cabbage
Wed ham bone and beans



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I like to smoke those hams for a bit and then boil them for a few hours to get them to shred. Man that shredded ham on white bread with mustard is one of my childhood favorites.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
I like to smoke those hams for a bit and then boil them for a few hours to get them to shred. Man that shredded ham on white bread with mustard is one of my childhood favorites.


Interesting............Never heard of boiled ham, but I`d be willing to try it though. I`d have to put it in a tortilla of some kind...........Let say...... Flour, with some scrambled eggs and salsa.

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Originally Posted by TPACK
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I like to smoke those hams for a bit and then boil them for a few hours to get them to shred. Man that shredded ham on white bread with mustard is one of my childhood favorites.


Interesting............Never heard of boiled ham, but I`d be willing to try it though. I`d have to put it in a tortilla of some kind...........Let say...... Flour, with some scrambled eggs and salsa.


It's actually what I do to make my beans, then in turn use that water as the liquid for the beans.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
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I like to smoke those hams for a bit and then boil them for a few hours to get them to shred. Man that shredded ham on white bread with mustard is one of my childhood favorites.


Interesting............Never heard of boiled ham, but I`d be willing to try it though. I`d have to put it in a tortilla of some kind...........Let say...... Flour, with some scrambled eggs and salsa.


It's actually what I do to make my beans, then in turn use that water as the liquid for the beans.



Have never had boiled/shredded ham like that either, I bet it's awesome. up

Closest thing I've ever done to that is smoke Country Style Ribs, then throw in a pot of beans until they fall apart and shred.

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Kroger hams are great and the price is awesome up

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Man, this boiled, shredded ham thing is intriguing. Thanks Herbie.

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Originally Posted by Nolanco
Man, this boiled, shredded ham thing is intriguing. Thanks Herbie.


https://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/6530778/pinto-beans#Post6530778


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Re: Walmart blowing out hams [Re: Nolanco] #9030112 04/06/24 07:11 PM
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I'll try that next ham. This one is spiral cut -- not that there's anything wrong with that. grin

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