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How do I cook an unsmoked ham roast? I think I asked this one other time. I ordered a half of a pig and got some of these. Do I treat it just like a pork loin roast? That would be my first guess.  Pamilyn


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Edited 10/11/2009 11:59 am ET by pamilyn

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

sanderson's picture

(post #67116, reply #1 of 4)

A long slow braise is good. If it's been boned and netted you can pull the net off, insert prunes, apples and onions, re-net and braise.

TracyK's picture

(post #67116, reply #2 of 4)

You mean just a fresh pork leg?


I don't think it can be treated like a loin roast, I think it has to be cooked low and slow. Epicurious has some good recipes for "fresh ham," and I know it's been talked about here before.



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TracyK's picture

(post #67116, reply #3 of 4)

Heh... you did ask this once before, and Adele put together a big list of recipes:


http://forums.taunton.com/tp-cookstalk/messages?msg=44707.1



We are all in the same boat, you and me and ex-Gov. Palin and Rep. Joe Wilson, and wealth and social status do not prevail against disease and injury. And now we must reform our health insurance system so that it reflects our common humanity. It is not decent that people avoid seeking help for want of insurance. It is not decent that people go broke trying to get well. You know it and I know it. Time to fix it.

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pamilyn's picture

(post #67116, reply #4 of 4)

LOL, thanks! I thought I did! Pamilyn

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls

The purpose of Art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls