How do Honeybaked and Martha Stewart Kirkland Signature hams compare?
- greygarious Apr 9, 2009 05:12 PM
I have never tried the Costco ham. I find the Honeybaked a tad saltier than I'd prefer, but I don't use much salt, and it's still less salty than Carando and other spiral-sliced hams that I've sampled. I do love the overall flavor and glaze of the Honeybaked. I'd love to hear from people who have had both kinds.
The Martha Stewart ham is a Polish style ham, superior, I think, to a Honeybaked ham. IMO, it is pretty good, but you should know that it is not pre-sliced.
If you think Honey Baked is salty then IMO you won't like the Costco ham. We have tried the Costco ham twice and it was very salty. We went back to Honey Baked which is the best spiral sliced ham we have found. Plus it keeps every one happy. Those that like a light smoke and those that like the sugar glazed. The best of both worlds.
Had Costco hams several times, excellent glaze and not salty at all. HG are very good but, not that good to justify the extra cost.