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JUNE 2016 

PLESE NOTE: OUR MAIL ORDER DEPT WILL BE CLOSED JULY 1st - 10th, so all orders placed AFTER 12:00 (NOON) PST on June 29th, will be shipped on July 11th.

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THE STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON

MONDAY, JULY 4th for

INDEPENDENCE DAY!!

Due to the HOT temperatures, any chocolates, fish, perishables, cheeses, meats, etc., that can't survive more than 2 days on ice, must be shipped 2 day air, or wait until the Fall when we get cooler temperatures.

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WE CANNOT SHIP DRY ICE IN POSTAL BOXES, SO PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE USPS WHEN PURCHASING FROZEN MERCHANDISE.

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4.5 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews 4.5 out of 5  
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Christmas Ham is Frozen (Fresh November and Dec. Only) Min. 10 Lbs and up to 20 Lbs. (Quantity = Pounds) (If outside CA,OR,NV or UT must be shipped 2nd Day Air - DHL)
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews 4.5 out of 5
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5 out of 5 stars Love It
by MySelf from Nor Cal on 12/5/2010
Recommends it to Friends: Yes
You've got to know how to cook a Swedish Ham. Remove skin. Boil, covered, on stove top for 4 hours. Let cool a little. Place in baking pan. Score Fat. Cover with Glaze (a lot of Brown Sugar, 1 tsp. Dry Mustard & drops of Vinegar till thick & moist). Insert Whole Cloves. Bake in 300' oven for 1/2 hour.
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4 out of 5 stars Christmas ham enjoyed by most family members
by surfdane from Encinitas on 12/27/2009
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Good looking ham; we asked for instruction and were directed to google receipe; we soaked ham for 14 hours in water, trimmed it and then baked it slowly at low temperature before glazing it with mustard egg and brown sugar. It was still a bit salty for my husband's taste.
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