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    Default Maple Cure Ham Suggestions

    Hey all!

    I hope this finds everyone doing well in the midst of everything going on. I wish we were in different circumstances, but hey, may as well make the best of it by eating maple products! I was curious if anyone on here has a favorite maple cure for hams, dry or wet? I have been researching a decent amount but I am really surprised to see how few legitimate maple cures I can find that actually are somewhat "old-school". I love maple ham, and I just bought a pork and I plan to cure and smoke one of the fresh hams. Any links to others' recipes or homemade suggestions would be awesome! Thanks!

    Kody

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    Hey Kaboone:
    I've never cured a ham but yesterday we cooked a "Maple Glazed Ham" that was the best ham I've ever had. I poached our ham a little longer than the recipe maybe another half hour. it is a Jacques Pépin recipe.
    http://https://www.kqed.org/jpepinhe...utes%20longer.
    My go to link for sausage making is Len Poli's website he has a recipe for maple sugar cured ham I'll bet if you just substituted syrup it would work. Jay
    http://lpoli.50webs.com/index.htm
    click on "formulations" then the "bacon" link and its under "maple flavored ham"
    Zucker Lager

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