Bone-In Fresh Ham
- Juicy and fork-tender when slow-cooked, this fresh ham is the centerpiece of a festive meal. It's from the same part of the rump that is used for prized cured or smoked hams, so this succulent bone-in cut packs big flavor. Lightly brush with Dijon mustard and roast long and slow. Be sure to slice some leftovers for sensational sandwiches.Born, Raised and Harvested in
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