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Cumberland Ham
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Cumberland

Dry cured pork leg, "well rubbed with salt, cured for one month and then matured for two." Cumberland ham is one of the very few English dry, or-semi-dry, hams. Particularly associated with Woodall's of Waberthwaite who also offer an air-dried version.

Cumberland Ham is known to have been advertised in London as a particular speciality at least since 1801.


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