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kayb

kayb

Well, biscuits are always a good bet.  And redeye gravy. In the grease left in the skillet where you fried the ham, fry a tablespoon or two of flour to make a dark roux. Add strong black coffee. Gravy should be thin. Scrambled eggs are a fine accompaniment as well.

 

For the dinner steaks, or for an evening meal, country ham is good with home fries and maybe green beans. 

 

Use it anywhere you would use proscuitto, although it's sliced thicker.

 

kayb

kayb

Well, biscuits are always a good bet.  And redeye gravy. In the grease left in the skillet where you fried the ham, fry a tablespoon or two of flour to make a dark roux. Add strong black coffee. Gravy should be thin. Scrambled eggs are a fine accompaniment as well.

 

For the dinner steaks, or for an evening meal, country ham is good with home fries and maybe green beans. 

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