Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Kentucky Legend Off the Bone Ham Review

Kentucky Legend, Original Off the Bone Double Smoked Ham.
I recently had the opportunity to try out a Kentucky Legend Off the Bone smoked ham, and gracious y'all, it sure is a fantastic ham - wow!

Baked ham is a perfect main course for any holiday, of course, and growing up we always had one on the major holidays, right alongside a huge turkey and all the fixins, but we eat ham all year round at this house. I cook one often for Sunday dinner, so that I always have leftover ham in the freezer to use in sandwiches and salads, beans and soups, gumbo, jambalaya and casseroles. Baking your own is hands down more economical and far better tasting than most deli ham, which I find to be mighty salty these days.

Don't get me wrong... I certainly love having a leftover ham bone from a big bone-in ham, and I sure use them, but there are times that you just want the ham. A boneless ham is a good value because there is literally no waste and you're paying for pure ham and not the weight of the bone.

I'm not much of an innovator on the consumer scale of trying new things. Once I find a product I love, I tend to stick with the same thing year after year and it's rare that I venture away from them often, but I seriously can't believe I have never tried this ham before. Sure enough, the next time I was at my local grocery store, there they were right in the ham case.

The ham I received was a nice size, 6 pounds, and while there are complete instructions included on a basic bake, and even access to a holiday ham hotline for any questions you might have, I decided to make it in the slow cooker, with a pepper jelly glaze, which I finished off in the oven at the end to set the glaze. You'll find the complete recipe and instructions here.


The flavor of this ham is just outstanding. It's not overly salty, has a wonderful hickory smoked flavor, great texture and is both tender and juicy.

I thought for sure that I'd be able to freeze some of this for the little holiday meal that my husband and I share together away from the big family celebration, but neither of us could stay out of it! We are down to the last couple of slices, so I've already made up my mind to grab another Kentucky Legend next time I pick up my groceries! I think we might be hooked.


It was pretty cool to learn that Kentucky Legend hams have been made for more than 100 years in Owensboro, Kentucky, and that every ham is still hand selected and hand trimmed, even today. They are double-smoked with the same recipe and methods handed down through several generations.

I hope that you'll consider this ham for your holiday table. Kentucky Legend is available as a whole ham, half ham, petite or a sliced quarter ham. You can visit the website to find out where to buy one in your area and they even have a chart on that page to help you figure out how much ham you'll need for your guests.

Besides having a quality ham product, Kentucky Legend also has a consumer Ham Headquarters available - a great resource for everything from general ham information, to basic FAQs, and if you have specific questions that aren't covered there, you can email your questions, or if you need help right away, call the hotline at 1-866-343-5058 from 9 a.m. through 7 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday, all throughout the holiday season, from November 11 until December 28. They will field all of your ham related questions, from what size ham to buy for the number of guests you expect, to what type of wine to serve with your ham!

Kentucky Legend Hams are part of the Specialty Foods Group, Inc. (SFG) family of premium branded and private label meat products, all produced in the good ole U.S. of A. Learn more about Kentucky Legend Hams at the company’s web site, where you can sign up for their newsletter to get coupons, new recipes and find out about new promotions.

GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED! Please check back on this post for the winner announcement.

Update! Congratulations to FJA who said...
There's nothing like ham & eggs for breakfast...I'd use the leftover ham for breakfast...fried up nicely with eggs over easy with some toast and maybe some fried up crispy hash brown potato's and then, of course, sandwiches for lunch...BUT, my wife likes to toss it into her split pea or bean soup...which is outstanding!
Shoot me an email at mary@deepsouthdish.com as soon as possible FJA with your full name and a street mailing address so I can get this ham out to you ASAP! Reference Kentucky Legend Ham Winner in your email so I can see it in the avalanche of email I get. Congratulations and thanks for entering everybody!

Hey... how about the chance to have a Kentucky Legend delivered right to your door, free?


That's right! The good folks at Kentucky Legend have offered me ONE free Kentucky Legend Off the Bone Ham to give to ONE lucky Deep South Dish reader free... and delivered right to your door - yay!


TO ENTER: Simply comment below to enter for a chance to win and tell me what you love to make with leftover baked ham. That's it! You may post with the NAME/URL or ANONYMOUS options, but be sure to fill in the name field or leave your name along with your comment so I'll know who you are if your name comes up in the random draw.

GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED! HURRY!! This giveaway closes at NOON CST Thursday, November 21, 2013.
One winner will be selected at random from the comments and will be announced on Thursday afternoon at the site on this same post, so bookmark this post to check back!

Readers are responsible for checking back to see if they were selected and need to provide name and a complete street address to me via email at mary@deepsouthdish.com as soon as possible, so that I can get this out to you quickly! Sorry, since this giveaway is sponsored in the U.S. it is open to U.S. residents only please.

This giveaway is a quick turnaround so STOP BACK by on Friday morning to learn if you've won and shoot me your address real quick like, so the folks at Kentucky Legend can rush this right out to you. I can't guarantee you'll have it for Thanksgiving, but we'll get it to you as quick as we can.

Thanks for reading and good luck!

Disclosure: I received one free Kentucky Legend ham plus another to host this giveaway to be sent to one person on random draw from the entries posted.

Good luck!

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370 comments:

  1. I would make ham salad for sandwiches. Ed Hawkins

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  2. I like a ham and cranberry sauce sandwich.

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  3. I grind leftover ham with sweet pickles, boiled eggs, mustard, mayo, and a bit of bread to make ham salad.

    MJR

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  4. I also love hqving ham in the freezer for soups and casseroles.

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  5. Leftover ham? There won't be any if this ham is as good as you say it is. I'd use it for sandwiches to take to school. I need strength and nourishment teaching my 3rd graders. Thanks for this opportunity to win a delicious ham.
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  6. My husband loves ham sandwiches so he would be thrilled to have any leftovers.

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  7. We love to use leftover ham in westerns, soups or ham and cheese sandwiches.

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  8. We have sandwiches, then I make beans and put in some of the ham to flavor them. This ham looks really delicious!!! Would love to try one, we love ham!!!!

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  9. I always make soups with my leftover ham.

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    1. Ham salad and bean soup!

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    2. Just a good ol' ham sandwich or Fifteen Bean Soup!

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  10. Ham is so versatile its hard to have a favorite, but one of my favorite is ham salad.

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  11. OMG! Great give away! I would make Scalloped potatoes with the leftovers, but that ham looks soooooo good, I don't think there would be any leftovers!
    Thanks for the chance at winning this ham!

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  12. Maybe it's because I live in Northern MI, but I always make scalloped potatoes and ham!

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  13. I like to cook put it in black eye peas along with fried potatoes and cornbread.

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  14. I use leftover ham to make soups , sandwiches or casseroles.
    Lanzaelizabeth77 at gmail dot com

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  15. Left over ham is a real treat -- I like to add it to my turnip greens and black eye peas and sometimes add it to a favorite Mac and cheese casserole. The possibilities are endless with this delectable product. :) :) :) Mary Louise

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  16. My husband says that it's not Thanksgiving without a ham! :) Our favorite thing to make with leftover ham is ham and cheese omelets! I think sometimes I enjoy those as much as the Thanksgiving meal itself!

    Paige Phillips email: seepaigerun@hotmail.com

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  17. I would make ham and broccoli quiche. Barbara

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  18. I love to make ham, spinach and pepper jack paninis.

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  19. Oh my gosh! It's 530AM and my mouth is watering for a slice of ham! I love ham and scalloped potatoes with the leftover ham. My momma could make a ham last forever. Sunday lunch, scalloped potatoes, sandwiches, and then ham and noodles from the bone.

    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contess

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  20. I would make ham omelettes!

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  21. Would dearly love to try this delicious ham. To be quite honest, I prefer ham to any other meat. Liz P

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  22. If there are left overs, I would make my Mom's Navy Bean Soup. Best ever recipe! Good family memories with each bite.

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  23. I like to melt a little butter and add brown sugar with a spoon of cranberry sauce then add ham pieces and serve on a leftover buttermilk biscuits..Yummy

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  24. My Mom always had ham at Easter and Thanksgiving. I love just plain ole ham slices as leftovers, eaten right off the plate from the frig!

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  25. Love leftover Ham sandwiches with a pickle and some potato salad. Will be looking for this ham in one of local stores.

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  26. I love ham sandwiches! I think I could eat a ham sandwich just about every day.

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  27. Yum ham. Please include me in your drawing.

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  28. If, and that's a BIG if, there are leftovers, they will show up in my "World Famous" Ham Soup. Would love to win this ham!
    Ed McGee

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  29. I love to get the little King's Hawaiian bread and make tiny scrumptious little sandwiches which I melt in the oven with some cheddar cheese and butter on top! Yum!

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  30. I love to make quiche lorraines and ham sandwiches....love ....love...live....quiches!

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  31. Soup, with cabbage, potatoes, and/or beans.

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  32. I love to make ham salad and baked macaroni and cheese with ham using leftover baked ham!

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  33. Grilled ham and cheese sandwiches and ham with lima beans for us.

    Sherri
    reeree821@aol..com

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  34. I grind up our leftover ham to make ham loaf with a brown sugar, pineapple juice glaze. Yummy.

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  35. I love to use leftover ham to put in macaroni and cheese casserole, diced and added to quiche, flavoring for cooked greens, sliced for sandwiches, flavoring for slow cooked pinto beans, and believe me, I treasure the leftovers like gold for these things. I love ham!

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  36. Leftovers?!! What are they!! When I cook a ham, there are minimal leftovers ... maybe just enought for a couple of ham sandwiches!

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    1. Leftovers can be used in so many ways! From sandwiches to seasoning to soups to mac/cheese ... the possibilities are amazing!!

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  37. I would use leftover ham in a quiche or egg bake.

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  38. Ham sandwiches in this house w/ cheese mayo and lettuce oh yeah and a little pepper on the mayo side! :)

    Shari (shari2keywest@yahoo.com)

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  39. Boy this ham looks good! I love to make a bean soup with leftover ham. Thanks for the giveaway. Kat
    k(dot)larsen(at)comcast(dot)net

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  40. First: Ham and scalloped potatoes then ham salad!

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  41. Leftover ham would be used to make my ham and scalloped potato casserole.
    Janice - janceel@yahoo.com

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  42. Leftover ham in a green beans and potato PA Dutch recipe. Delicious! bethv61@live.com

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  43. I make grilled ham and swiss sandwiches and bean soup. I would love to try this ham!

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  44. Nothing is better than a delicious slice of ham with great sides. Nothing except perhaps a wonderful sandwich. Oh, and nothing is much better than the split pea soup I make which depends on the leftover bits which show up in every spoonful.

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  45. Oh I love good ole ham sandwiches! Sliced with mayo, pickles, pepper jack cheese on fresh bread! The special baked bread in the grocery section! I like to warm it just a litte. Now thats what Im talking about!!!

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  46. A ham panini with smoked gouda.... or a breakfast strata!

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  47. Great in pinto beans and black eye peas.And love it lightly pan fried to with eggs and biscuits.

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  48. Bean Soup For Sure!

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  49. A breakfast casserole. The one with bread, eggs, and lots of ham and cheese. Yum.

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  50. The hubs enjoys a nice ham and cheese omelet and I'll often make those :+)

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  51. Ham and beans would be perfect to warm the soul here in the midwest. I would share it with as many as I could who were affected by the tornados just a couple blocks from my home in Washington, Il.

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  52. Thanks for an opportunity to sample some good eats. I would make a Ham Pot Pie with & if there were any leftovers. I would let 'tropical' be my inspiration, because with ham, pineapple & cherries as the main ingredients, how could one go wrong.? Can I say YUM!

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  53. I like to make ham and broccoli ring with canned cresent rolls.
    Thanks, Dorothy

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    1. Ham!! I have a casserole dish that my Mom made (from the 60s) that I make too. Ham & Pineapple. It's better after sitting overnight. Ham Sandwiches, ham & eggs...I could go on....

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  54. Black Friday morning. (Eggs over easy ,leftover ham, and hash browns.

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  55. It is hard to decide what my FAVORITE use of leftover ham is but I absolutely LOVE scalloped potatoes and ham so that must be it, or fried rice with ham, or grilled ham & cheese, or an omelet......I can go on and on. Kathy F.

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  56. There is nothing better than a good ham. Have to say though here where I live in Texas I have never heard of this brand.

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  57. We love it the next morning for breakfast!

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  58. I'm making Grandmas yeast buns this year especially for leftover ham! We love ham sandwiches. It's a great way to remember her and a wonderful way to keep the tradition going!

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  59. I think there's nothing finer than a pot of navy beans with ham and green onions. Unless you count a slice of cornbread to go with them!

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  60. Pinto Beans and Cast Iron Skillet Corn Bread -" you talk about good"

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  61. Ham for breakfast, ham for lunch and ham for dinner! Now that is what I call a Happy Day! We love ham!

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  62. Ohhh , nothing like Scalloped potatoes and HAM with the leftover Ham. Thanks !

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  63. Ham salad or scalloped potatoes with ham!
    I really want to try your recipe with the jalapeno relish.
    N Peck

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  64. Heavenly ham and cheese omelets are always on order at our home...and I love using ham in my red beans.

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  65. Scalloped Potatoes and Ham! Lorie Butterfield

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  66. Cheesy hashbrown casserole with diced ham.
    Megan Jung

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  67. I have used this ham for years and we love it. Friends coming this week end and we are making Home Style Lechon Asado and will use the ham to complete the wonderful Cuban sandwiches. If you have never tried it you are really missing something. Mary perfect to go with the spiced peaches.

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  68. Love having leftover ham for sandwiches.

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  69. Favorite thing to do with leftover ham are white beans and ham of course!
    I also am planning to try a ham salad with leftover ham this year. Sounds yummy!

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  70. Ham biscuits! Mmmmm! :)

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  71. I would make bean soup, or potato and ham soup. Omelets. Wow, ham is so good in so many dishes. However, knowing my family, there would be scant leftovers. cathy1611@hotmail.com

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  72. Ham loaf, Ham salad, ham balls, or a Denver sandwich.

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  73. My choice would be ham and apple slaw sandwich with Swiss and Bourbon Mustard, but my sons would insist on their favorite....ham and swiss poppy seed sliders on dinner rolls with mustard sauce. Its a win- win.

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  74. Oh my! We have SUCH a hard time getting good Southern hams out here in the West! There are lots of casserole and soup recipes but there is NOTHING better than a yummy, thick ham sandwich!
    Carol at kroesche@comcast.net

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  75. I love to make (and eat!!!) with leftover ham the little ham sandwiches made on rolls with poppy seeds, mustard, etc. Yum! jvanhorn@bellsouth.net

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  76. Would love to win the ham to have for Christmas dinner for my husband and myself. dshoup8401@msn.com

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  78. Nothing smells any better than a good slice of ham and some good eggs, biscuits and hot coffee, cider or hot chocolate cooking in the kitchen - the morning after Christmas, when everyone is sitting around watching TV or playing with their gifts and just relaxing!

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  79. I love to take ham leftovers and make ham salad...ham noodle casserole...and ham noodle soup with lots of veggies!!! Now I'm getting hungry...

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  80. Lightly fried ham and my homemade "Cathead" biscuits.

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  81. Leslie:
    Leftover ham is terrific for escalloped potatoes.
    leslieannstevenson@yahoo.com

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  82. We'll just have a HAM OF A GOOD TIME eating all the good food and HAM!!! HAM and BISCUTS!!! YUM YUM !!!

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  83. Love Ham and Asparagus crepes with Mornay sauce.
    Sharen Y. in Arkansas

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  84. Larry:
    I enjoy leftover ham in bean soup.
    larrystevenson@hotmail.com

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  85. Come to my house little ham. You are needed here.

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  86. Janet O
    Ham goes with everything...beans, cornbread, sandwiches, for breakfast, lunch, dinner, anytime! snickelfritz67@yahoo.com

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  87. Yumm! Cannot wait until Thanksgiving. This ham looks beautiful !

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  88. I love Kentucky legend ham! I use it in casseroles, sandwiches,biscuits,anything that needs good ham,!It is the very best!

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  89. Manual Entry for Marilyn

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  90. Love leftover ham sandwiches, use in casseroles such as potatoes, soups, almost anything needed ham.
    Carole

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  91. I've already tried this ham. The leftovers are too good to use anything to mask the flavor, but I'd use it up on good bread with a side of sweet potato fries!

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  92. I would like to have one for Christmas because I can,t afford to buy one Susan

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  93. Wow, that's a tough one. I like the leftover ham in omelets, any type of beans, split pea soup, quiche, grilled ham and cheese sammichs....... picked off the bone straight into the mouth snack.......

    I'm going to try a ham using one of your recipes: http://www.deepsouthdish.com/search/label/Baked%20Ham

    I just haven't decided which one as they all look awesome.

    Emugg

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  94. I love ham sandwiches but I also love making split pea soup with bits of ham! Thanks for the opportunity to enter this!

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  95. Being from the South, I would have ham and eggs with biscuits from leftovers as well as soup (bean with ham)....wouldn't waste any sweet morsel leftover.....Yum! Thanks Mary for the chance to win!
    Becky

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  96. I love to make Scalloped Potatoes or potato and ham soup. Warm winter comfort food!

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  97. I like to dip ham in hot mustard and eat it by the slice.
    Rebecca M

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  98. First I would use any leftover ham for sammies, then casseroles and soups etc.... How wonderful of you to do this give away!! :) Thanks !

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  99. I love smoked ham, after the initial meals, I make my Grandmother's Lithuanian potato casserole, 5lbs of finely grated potatoes, mixed with tons of cubed leftover ham, 5 cloves of minced garlic, salt & pepper. Mix well and flatten into pan. Pour 1 cup water over the top that has 1/2 cup melted butter. Bake in a slow oven 325. Test center for done-ness of potatoes.(About 4 hours). On stove-top Melt 1/2 cup butter to 8 ozs sour cream. Add 1 tsp garlic powder. Pour over sliced potato cake to serve. Memories !!!

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  100. Ham and beans, ham and eggs with biscuits.... I even use the fat for scrapple!! But usually dont have any leftovers with ham and this bunch!! Sandwiches for two or three days and we're done!! Thank you for the opportunity to try your ham!

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  101. I like to make Ham Salad for sandwiches & dip. Cubed & put in a pot of Large Limas. Scrambled eggs & chopped ham on Big Ol' Cat Head Biscuits. Endless nail biting recipes.

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  102. We love grilled ham and cheese sandwiches with any leftover ham that we have left and also ham and cheese omelets. Such a wonderful and generous giveaway.

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  103. I like to make a ham and wild rice soup - yum-o!

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  104. I love to use left over ham on simple sandwiches and to season a big pot of soup beans :)

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  105. I like the left over ham with potato salad & hot fresh rolls. Oh my goodness! So good!

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  106. Lol. what can't you do with left over baked ham?! we like to make ham subs, take left over dressing, cranberry sauce, ham, gravy, mash tators or sweet tators, put it on a wheat, yeah we have to be health - as if, roll and a tall glass of some sweet tea. Oh yeah honey that is the stuff! leave ya full as a tick!

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  107. OUR FAVORITE IS HAM ROLLS THE RECIPIE I HAVE IS FROM MY HUSBANDS MOTHER.

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  108. Oh wow, I thank ham and beans if any ham left. Plus ham and eggs. The ideas are limitless.

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  109. Michael Alexander hambone with green veggies and sandwiches as well as eggs on SUNDAY morning.

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  110. Oh how we enjoy leftover ham! I make navy bean soup, ham & cheese omelets and ham & cheese sandwiches.

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  111. Of course, first leftover choice would be ham sandwiches followed with a great big pot of ham & beans which are healthy for the whole family...thanks for a chance joan176@yahoo.com

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  112. I can taste it now, ham sandwiches on great homemade crusty bread. My mouth is watering!

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  113. I make a yummy soup with leftover ham, if I have any.

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  114. I am definitely trying this ham. I bought a small ham this week & my husband said it was awful he asked me to find a real ham. We hadn't had ham in a while. I'm going to make a ham & potato soup once I have leftovers from a good ham. Would love to win this. Thanks for the chance.

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  115. I love ham in a casserole dish, vegetable, pasta and breakfast casseroles. So many ways to use left over ham, too little ham left over!

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  116. For breakfast.... ham, crouton, cheese & egg breakfast bake followed by AMAZING Ham & Beans for dinner with cornbread! Why not let the amazing food from Thursday be equally amazing on Friday :) Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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  117. Love to make ham sandwiches and ham biscuits! Yummmm!

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  118. I LOVE to make beans and ham with any leftover ham, and a ham bone! YUMMY! Perfect for a cold winter night in Missouri! Served with cornbread, of course! :) Thanks, Mary!

    Bobbie T. in Missouri

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  119. We love Kentucky Legend hams!! I love a good ole ham sandwich with leftovers.

    hdhodges@blomand.net

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  120. leftover ham needs , Blue Plate mayo on white bread, frito's & sweet tea.. it is the best

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  121. i love a good ham sandwich but i also make ham fried rice, delish!

    mo
    irvine, ca

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  122. Let me see, -- ham sandwiches, ham and eggs, ham bone in beans, ham and egg breakfast casserole, ham and . . .

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  123. Leftover ham? What's that? On occasion when I do have some leftover, I like to add the ham to mixed vegetables, potatoes, onion and celery and pour a homemade cheese sauce over the whole thing. Bake till bubbly and serve with crusty bread. Yum!

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  124. I love Kentucky Legend ham!! My favorite way to use leftover ham is to cube it up and make a breakfast "scramble" with eggs, potatoes and cheese.

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  125. I like to use leftover ham in Chinese fried rice and also in ham and scalloped potatoes...yum! The photos you posted sure are making me hungry right now.

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  126. Would LOVE to try this ham! Ham has always been a favorite and my most-often asked for birthday dinner as a child (ham, scalloped potatoes, and green beans)! As an adult I like to add a pineapple sauce, the recipe received from my sister-in-law's aunt:

    Bring 2 cans crushed pineapple, 2 cups brown sugar, and 1 cup water to boil. Slowly add mixture of 1/2 cup cold water and 4 tablespoons cornstarch. Bring to second boil, add 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard, simmer 30 minutes.

    I serve it in a gravy boat to pour over ham slices. She layers it with sliced ham in serving pans and brings it to parties that way along with rolls. That's how I first had it and I was hooked!

    Susan in MA

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  127. Ham and bean soup. Those hams look WONDERFUL!

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  128. love ham i make a few things with left overs the 1st is ham an yellow rice with cheese so good the next is ham salad little celery little mayo onion peppers little mustard egg mix it up great for crackers or bread and the last is ham pot pie pea carrots cream of cheese or cream of mushroom soup put in pie shell make a cute top for it wow

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  129. HAM sandwiches with plenty of lettuce & Miracle Whip!!!
    love me some DIVINE SWINE!!!!

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  130. Ham and Lima beans.

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  131. I make ham salad, and we loved ham fried rice.

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  132. Ham and Sharp Cheese on toasted Rye Bread with mustard :)

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  133. Mary, this sounds so delish that if there WERE any leftovers, I would use them in my potato chowder or mixed into my cheese grits. My mouth is watering just thinking about this ham!

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  134. I love to make what I call is "cabin stew" and it is simply green beans, potatoes, and ham in a ham broth......so delicious and easy to make.

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  135. i like making ham cabbage and potatoes

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  136. Ham and Rice is an old family favorite!

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  137. My family has three favorites with leftover ham. 1. Ham and bean soup. 2. Mac and cheese with ham. 3. Ham and pickle relish salad. This ham looks delicious, would love to have one.

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  138. I like to make ham omelette with with leftover baked ham

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  139. I love making quiche with nice chunks of smoked ham. Lots of swiss and some spinach too, please. I'll make two, one to eat now and one for the freezer. Nom!

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  140. I love to make ham dressing, ham tetrazzini, ham salad, navy beans & ham, etc... Kentucky Legend hams are the best hams!

    Kathryn W.

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  141. My son in law prefers ham over turkey at Thanksgiving; this looks really good.

    KAW

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  142. I am the only person in my household and when I have an urge for ham, I will buy a big one just so I have leftovers. First and foremost, for ham salad. I love ham salad whether in a sandwich or on a bed of lettuce. I have been on a quest to make the best deviled ham. So, along with all the regular condiments one would put in ham salad, I have started using capers with some of the juice. What a difference they make and changes plain to fantastic! I then use the discarded pieces for ham pieces to flavor all my beans.

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  143. Ham and potato soup is my favorite to make with leftover ham.

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  144. Hopping John Black Eyed Peas with Ham

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  145. Oh my goodness what couldn't you do with this ham? After having it for a great meal the leftovers could be a grilled ham and cheese sandwich, or perhaps cubed in a great pot of 16 bean soup or in a omelet or in soup or beans anything is possible with a great ham.

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  146. I love to make either a 15 bean soup or Split Pea and Ham Soup

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  147. Ham sandwiches with a slice of tomato!

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  148. There are so many things to do with left over ham but my favorite thing to make is ham salad...yummmm!

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  149. Ham with scrambled eggs, beans all kinds, greens, and the best part is standing in the refrigerator pulling off chunks and eating it.

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  150. Ham is a great addition to a modified hoppin' john--blackeyed peas, Rotel chiles and tomatoes, whole okra pods and delicious ham; also great in ham and cheese quiche and plain ole' ham and biscuits!

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  151. I make a cheesy hash brown casserole with diced ham in it. Thanks for the chance to win this. Have a great evening. :)

    Doris Henson
    gourdolina AT gmail dot com

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  152. I would make ham and corn chowder....yummy here in the cold Adirondack Mts of upstate NY

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  153. We love ham and will have both it and Turkey on Thanksgiving. Love to have leftovers that we use in so many ways.

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  154. I love ham and cheese sandwiches, and for breakfast eggs with a slice of ham and toast! I would love to have this ham for my big crew this Thanksgiving!

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  155. I would make plenty of ham sandwiches (I could eat one every day of the the week). I LOVE HAM!!! PS I am from KY.

    cindymdukes@gmail.com

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  156. Ham salad and ham sandwiches. Love ham!!

    carder-shari@lycos.com

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  157. Potato soup with ham chunks, cubed in a twice baked potato, or just an awesome sandwich!

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  158. Ham and Cheese sandwiches and/or fried it with some eggs for breakfast

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  159. I would make your Ham with Pepper Jelly glaze...I love Pepper Jelly around the holidays and that recipe looks delish!!

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  160. I used to cook for only 2 people at my house, now I cook for 4 with a large extended family ... so IF there were leftovers though I highly doubt there would be I would make a layered ham casserole, corn bread stuffing at the bottom, chopped ham, mashed turnips and carrots, mashed potatoes and cheese ... all baked together. Thanks for the opportunity to win, the ham sounds delicious.

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  161. I love fried ham with eggs and toast.
    yvonne

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  162. A casserole of Scalloped Potatoes with Ham is a warm, cozy, and easy way to wind down from the heavy holiday meals and use use the last little bit of ham - I usually add some depth with an aged Swiss cheese and a bit of chopped onion.

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  163. I use leftover ham to make a breakfast casserole! Yum, yum.

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  164. I use with brown beans, make ham sandwiches and use in soups.

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  165. Girl, since I found Kentucky Legend Ham at Wal Mart, I don't buy another brand of ham. KL is the best ham you can buy! Great taste, tender, and delicious! I love to use leftover ham in a pot of pinto beans or in a breakfast casserole!

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  166. I would make homemade Ham Salad with my leftover ham!

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  167. I love to fry up some slices for breakfast, but I really love to make a nice thick split pea soup with it.

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  168. I would make Potato/Ham Soup with my leftover ham. Probably would not be lots of leftovers since my family loves ham.

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  169. love ham and family loves leftovers and all made with love

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  170. I always make scalloped potatoes and ham, soup and sandwiches! One of my favorite foods!

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  171. We love ham. We have ham for Christmas dinner.

    phyllisphipps_at_hotmail_dot_com

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  172. A big old pot of beans seasoned with ham leftovers, or some good old hoppin' john is the way to go! Some cornbread or hoecakes will insure the family gets to the table on time, with smiles on their faces! Yummmm Yummmm! Eat um up!

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  173. I like to make a sandwich filler by grinding the ham and mixing in mayo and yellow mustard. It is surprisingly good!

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  174. No leftover ham, will eat until it's gone

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  175. Oh delicious left over ham how many ways to eat.......grilled ham & colby jack cheese sandwiches, ham & swiss cheese quiche, Scandinavian creamed ham and potatoes and finally fried potatoes, onions, green beans with ham.

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  176. Leftover ham; split pea soup. scalloped potatoes. sandwiches. mixed into mac and cheese. ....

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  177. love ham leftovers for sandwiches, omelets, ham salad and bean soup

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  178. Love Southern Ham. I spent 27 years living north with my husband's job. Got back as soon as we could! Would LOVE to have this ham!
    Wanda in Texas

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  179. I usually don't make anything because I freeze it for another meal. I have used some to season beans though and I think this year I will use some for a broccoli cheddar soup recipe I have. :)

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  180. I would use for sandwiches and soup
    Libby R/North Carolina

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  181. We love to make split pea soup, its so darn tasty or we eat alot of ham sandwiches!

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  182. With leftover ham, I like to make Ham Tetrazzini, ham salad or some type of soup. My family loves ham, especially children, so it's always a winner in our house! Thank you! Dorothy Perry/Warner Robins, GA, gp_dp@cox.net

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  183. navy bean soup. my mothers recipe. :)
    Mary Stec
    marystec57@gmail.com

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  184. I enjoy putting some ham in left over homemade rolls -if there any!

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  185. Ham sandwiches are a given but we like slices of leftover ham fried up in a skillet and served with eggs and hot biscuits for breakfast. I always save one biscuit back to eat a "ham n jam" sandwich to finish off the meal. Love the sweet n salty together. These hams are delicious and they're pretty standard fare here in western KY!
    Thanks for a chance to win, Mary!
    Utica, KY - chephtsiybahh AT gmail DOT com

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  186. My favorite way to eat it is just a slice by itself! But it's also good in sandwiches, ham & bean soup, and scalloped potatoes!
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  187. We use leftover ham for hambone soup, in scrambled eggs, and for sandwiches. We LOVE a good ham!

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