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Marmalade Glazed Ham
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Ham joint smeared with marmalade and baked.

Although sweet glazes and orange sauces are known for a long time, we can find no reference to the, now very popular, use of marmalade as a glaze for baked ham before advertisements by the Kraft Corporation in the 1960's


Marmalade Glazed Ham
Kraft Foods, 'Ebony' Magazine, December 1966



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