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Baked Ham

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Whole hams are most traditionally cooked with at least the surrounding fat, and often the skin, adhering. The skin is scored in a criss-cross and a sweet glaze such as honey and mustard applied. Piercing the skin to insert a clove at the centre of each criss-cross square is highly iconic, but rarely met with.


Baked Ham, sliced at the end



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