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illustrated guide to pork cuts
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to find out more about the different cuts that come from each one, and
what to do with them..
The leg region is where ham comes from. Most of the ham you’re likely to
encounter is the already-cured, pre-cooked sort, that deep rosy-pink stuff
you’re used to popping into sandwiches, or the big hunk o’ ham that gets
glazed sticky-sweet for a holiday roast. Should you happen to find yourself
with something labeled fresh ham, it can be prepped in pretty much the
same way as a shoulder/butt cut.
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