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www.chowhound.com/post/country-ham-boil-boil-459116

Nov 9, 2007 ... So you are not so much cooking a Country Ham as you are re-hydrating the thing - but you must cook the ham until the meat reaches 170 ...

www.countryhams.com/cookinginfo.htm

Most folks usually fry country ham slices or boil a whole ham or half of a country ham. ... Place in pan and cook in oven for about thirty minutes at 350 degrees.

www.countryhams.com/boiledham.htm

BOILED COUNTRY HAM – whole or half ham ... cooking (simmering), remove the vessel from the stove and allow ham to cool in water in which it was cooked.

www.smithfieldmarketplace.com/about-country-hams

After you have prepared your country ham, ... Cook about 25 minutes per lb. or until 163°F ...

www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--753/boiling-ham.asp

Boiling is a good method to use when cooking dry-cured country hams. ... because it draws additional flavor from the meat itself and the bones as the ham cooks.

www.cliftyfarm.com/cooking.html

For information on cooking country ham with cola ... Step 3: Cook slowly to simmer but not boil and add one cup of brown sugar, honey, or sorghum molasses.

www.cliftyfarm.com/fryingcountryham.html

If ham seems too salty, soak slices in lukewarm water 30 minutes before frying. Place slices in ... For obtaining milder flavor, cook ham slowly in frying pan with equal parts of carbonated beverage and water. ... Stir and boil for three minutes.

www.newsomscountryham.com/howtopreprec.html

NEWSOM'S KENTUCKY COUNTRY HAM Kentucky country hams may be prepared many ways: fried, ... Cooking time will vary with ranges but do not ever cook.

jackbetts.blogspot.com/2010/12/matter-of-wrap-cooking-country-ham.html

Dec 10, 2010 ... This is the world's best way to cook a country ham. Guaranteed. Period. Scout's honor. Cross my heart and hope to die. And it's not original.