Cooks Exchange

April 16, 2014

Easter ham is a great Southern tradition

The Southern tradition of serving ham at Easter is one of convenience. In the early days, the hams that were salted, smoked and dried in the fall were just ready to be eaten when the spring-time holiday arrived.

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