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Monday, September 12, 2005

Russer Light Ham

Well, now that it's back to school time and you're making those school lunches again, see if the deli counter at your local market has Russer Light ham. I don't know if it's regional or not. It's 98% fat free, never salty, is moist like a boiled ham but taste-wise I'd say it's a cross between a boiled and Virginia ham. My family likes it really thin, shaved in fact. Once in awhile I'll get a couple of 1/4" slices, cube it up, brown it a little, and add it to homemade baked macaroni and cheese. I'd say that 99% of the time if someone has tried it while mine was being sliced up, they'd buy some too!


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