If you want to cure a country ham you will need a place that is going to stay around 40 to 48 degrees. You can make a dry cure for your ham by mixing equal parts of ground sea salt, ground black pepper, and brown sugar. Spread it all over the ham and store the ham at 40 to 48 degrees for 3 - 4 weeks and you will have a cured ham. You can if you wish place a layer of the dry cure in a wooden box and then put the ham in the box. cover the ham with the dry cure and if you have it in the right temperature range you will have a delicious cured ham.
by belaiheartyou 7 years ago
what should i do? i just got home from school and shocked as i have seen my hamster's babies. i...panicked and took them out of their cage away from their mom. after that, i just read that i shouldn't have done that for the mother will eat 'em because of my(human) scent. what should i do now? help!
by hideho39 4 years ago
I need to know if I wet cure a ham do I need to cook it further before I can eat it. .I use to buy a wet cured ham in Amsterdam. I am trying to duplicate it. They couldn't export the ham to the USA because it wasn't cured enough. Anyone please help.
by jq1969 8 years ago
is it possible to cure ham with honey?
by dilipsamaranayake 6 years ago
tchnique of preparing a homemade ham
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