I have had spiral sliced ham many times and never like it. To me, it is just too dry and does not have a good ham flavor. That is why I have never bought one. Does anyone else feel this way?
Has anyone heated a spiral ham in a slow cooker?
we had a honey baked ham for xmas...it was fine to me..and the leftovers the next few days were just as godd cold or warmed up...
what brands have u tried and didnt like?
Hormel Cure 81® is pretty good. If you have a large buffet party a spiral ham serves its purpose as it just makes things easy for everyone to grab a slice and stick it on their plate.
Good ones can be ok for the initial meal, but for me a ham is all about the leftovers, and most of the spiral sliced hams I've had make for dry and uninspired eating the next few days.
COOKS ILLUSTRATED HIGHLY RECOMMENDS COOK'S HAM VS THE OTHERS
I have misplaced this issue, joanied, and have been trying to find it for several weeks. Can you tell me what the issue's date is? I would like to refer to the slicing instructions. Thanks.
NOV 2007 MY SUBSCRIPTION IS ONLINE
Maybe it was the way the spiral ham was prepared or under prepared. Buffets and hotels have really given many a spiral ham a bad rap. Properly basted and cooked low & slow a spiral ham can be quite delicious.
Nope. I buy "Appleton" spiral hams at Aldi and they are very good. And cost effective at 1.49 / lb. The slices are tender.
In general, yes, though Stew Leonard's slices them on premise and they're not bad.
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