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Old December 6th, 2011, 07:49 AM #1
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Southern MD stuffed ham????

Anyone know where I can get a corned ham?

I want to try making a Southern MD stuffed ham in the next couple of weeks

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Old December 6th, 2011, 07:57 AM #2
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Have you tried McKays?
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Old December 6th, 2011, 08:05 AM #3
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I would say either McKays or some of the small local stores like the little stand, Wood's Produce, in charlotte hall. I know from time to time they have some good fresh bacon there. You could probably ask them and they might at least know somebody if they don't have it.
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McKays or Nicks. Make sure you have the bone removed by chissle not cut out. My wife and I make several each year. Don't cut the greans to fine or they will turn to mush when cooked and trim as much of the fat off as possible the greese will collect in the greens and make it slimmy.
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Cool - thanks Guys - I was getting it at Woodburns in Solomons, but they are closed down now.

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Mckays also has the already prepared stuffed ham for us foreigners
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McKays is the best but you can get a decent one from Brandy Farms (St Stephens Curhc Road and Rt 3 in Anne Arundel county).
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Mckays also has the already prepared stuffed ham for us foreigners
And for those of us who are just too lazy !
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Anyone know where I can get a corned ham?

I want to try making a Southern MD stuffed ham in the next coouple of weeks
OK folks, I see two different terms here, corned ham and stuffed ham. Are they the same or different? What are they? I know what corned beef is, is corned ham similar?? Why would someone "corn" a ham? What is the flavor like?
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