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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,270
1/9/14 10:53 A

Thanks, the other pkg is "fresh ham roast", so this way of cooking should be good. Thanks for the idea about the rub too.
Margaret

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and renew a steadfast spirit within me..."
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WHOLENEWME79 Posts: 948
1/8/14 8:19 P

Growing up we would get that sometimes, and my mom would always put it in the slow cooker, or roast it low and slow in the oven. Doing ham steaks or other things just did not work well. Bleh, I still remember the texture of it.

Low and slow is a great way to get tender meat. Try a rub- Maybe honey mustard or something you think sounds tasty, place in a roast pan and cover with foil. Cook on low (250 degrees) for 5 to 6 hours, or until the internal temperature heats to 160 degrees.

Good luck.

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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,270
1/8/14 10:50 A

We had some meat given to us, its home grown and very good! But there was a couple of pkgs marked "fresh ham" , I tried i pkg frying in a skillet, but it was tough and not very tasty. Does any one know how to cook Fresh Ham?

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and renew a steadfast spirit within me..."
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