Translations: Cepeškrāsnī cepts šķiņķis, Keptas kumpis, Şuncă prăjită, Pečena šunka, Thịt giăm bông nướng, Pieczona szynka, Plak gebakken ham, बेक किया हुआ हैम, Запеченная ветчина, Χοιρομέρι ψητό, لحم خنزير مطبوخ, 구운 햄 요리, Pečená šunka, Ham panggang, Inihurnong hamon, 烤火腿, Pernil enfornat, Pečen pršut, Pečená šunka, Prosciutto al forno, שינקין אפוי, Ugnsbakad skinka, Печена шунка, ベークハム, Jambon, Gebackener Schinken, Bagt skinke, Ovnsbakt skinke, Jamón horneado, Запечена шинка, Paistettu kinkku, Печена шунка
It is meat of pork usually made bone in or bone out. Served whole or Sliced.
Colors: Brown, Pink
Flavors: Pork, Salty, Smoked
Food complements: Mashed potatoes, Rice, Vegetable, Beef
Wine complements: Pinot grigio, Chianti, Pinot noir, White wines, Syrah, White merlot, Petite syrah
Beverage complements: Coke, Rum, Brandy
Substitutes: Cured tureky
Selecting and Buying
Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Choosing: Choose by size or lbs depending on how many people are being served.
Buying: You can purchase at your local Grocery Store or Meat Market.
Procuring: Ham is the thigh and rump of pork, cut from the haunch of a pig or boar. Although it may be cooked and served fresh, most ham is cured in some fashion. Cuts referred to as ham in the U.S. are also called gammon in the U.K., South Africa, Isle of Man, and Ireland.
Preparation and Use
Ham can be cured, baked or served as is COLD!!
Conserving and Storing
Store in Cold Temps in the Refrigerator.