Originally Posted by Neil
I still say go with Cook's if you can get one. I've made four of these ham's. Two with Cook's and two with Smithfield. The Cook's hams turned out much better both times. Make sure you get a bone in ham. The boneless are not worth the time and effort. I don't know about the rest of you out there but here in Southwest Michigan it is getting harder and harder to find a bone in ham that isn't a sprial sliced honey glazed ham.
Has anyone tried smoking one of the spiral sliced ones?
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