Smithfield - Smithfield Marketplace Double Honey Glazed Spiral Sliced Half Ham - Price Includes Shipping
Smithfield Marketplace Ham
Double Honey Glazed
Spiral Sliced Around the Bone
Half (8 - 10 lbs.)
Prices Include UPS Standard Shipping
Perishable Item - Ships Mondays - Wednesdays
and May Arrive Partially Thawed or Frozen
Referred to as "city hams" to distinguish them from "country hams", these are America's favorite sweet, slow-smoked hams. Each generously portioned ham is fully cooked with a glistening pure honey glaze and perfectly spiral sliced for effortless entertaining. For those who enjoy an even sweeter experience, we include an additional honey glaze pack to slather on as you please. Half Ham is 8-10 lbs.
This product is shipped by UPS directly from Smithfield. Perishable items are shipped UPS Mon. - Wed. if ordered by Wed. 10 AM EST. UPS delivers Mon - Fri. Perishable items must be refrigerated or frozen upon receipt. We will not be responsible for spoilage of items shipped where no one is available to accept delivery. Items ordered together may be shipped separately. If Express Delivery (2 transit days after processing) is required or desired, it needs to to be selected on the drop down bar on this page when ordering. This will add $15.00 to shipping. Next Day Air and 3 Day Select shipping are not offered for this item. We ship only to the continental U.S. which excludes Alaska and Hawaii.
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Cook and Care
Your ham has been flash frozen to lock in natural flavor, ships with dry ice in a recyclable Styrofoam cooler and may arrive frozen or partially thawed. Please refrigerate or re-freeze upon receipt.
Spiral hams may be refrigerated for up to 7 days or frozen for 3 months and still maintain maximum flavor.
Under Refrigeration: Allow approximately 5 hours per pound to thaw a spiral ham in the refrigerator. Our spiral hams are fully cooked and by using this method may be refrozen without additional cooking.
Quicker Cold Water Bath: For faster thawing, place ham in a leak proof plastic bag and immerse it in cold water. (If the bag leaks, bacteria from the air or surrounding environment could be introduced into the food. Tissues can also absorb water like a sponge, resulting in a watery product.) Check the water frequently to be sure it stays cold. Change the water every 30 minutes. Approximate thawing time for a ham is approximately 30 minutes per pound.
Please note - we have changed our heating instructions to enhance the cooked product quality (more moist, less dry). Preheat oven to 275°F. Remove all packaging materials and place ham in a shallow roasting pan. Half hams should be cooked flat/face side down. Cover pan tightly with aluminum foil. Bake at 275°F for approximately 15 minutes per pound, until heated through. Do not overcook! Remove ham from oven and let stand 20 to 30 minutes before serving.
GLAZING (with enclosed packet):
This ham is pre-glazed, but we have enclosed an extra packet of glaze mix for additional coverage and flavor. To use the enclosed packet for additional glaze, remove ham from oven and uncover. Increase oven temperature to 425°F. In small sauce pan, combine 2 tablespoons warm water with glaze mix. Heat on medium/high heat until glaze mix comes to a boil and remove from heat. If desired, use knife to spread glaze between slices. Return ham to oven, uncovered, and bake for 10 minutes.
Cut along the natural seam on the top (as it faces you), extending knife point as far back into the ham as you wish to remove slices and then down and to the left, parallel to the bone, exiting at the natural seam. Then make a second cut along the top (where the first section was removed) parallel to the bone, around to the right and exiting at the natural seam. To remove the final section, cut down to the right, and parallel to the bone until the section is free.
An impressive center-of-the-table entrée or focus of a buffet. Perfect for sandwiches, biscuits, in salads or omelets. Use the bone and leftovers to season soups, beans, or vegetables. Delicious for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.