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Petite Boneless Virginia Ham

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Petite Boneless Virginia Ham
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Since 1926, S. Wallace Edwards & Sons of Surry, Virginia has been making the finest old-fashioned, country-cured meats available. Now you can try them yourself - or give them as a gift!

Add some traditional Virginia flavor to holiday celebrations, or introduce others to a delicious, Southern favorite. A special treat we know y'all will love! The petite boneless Ham has a traditional hickory-smoked flavor. Fully cooked, it's ready to slice, pile onto fresh-baked biscuits and eat. Each lean, meaty 2-3 lb. ham serves 15-18 people.

Shipping
Order by Dec. 16th for Christmas delivery.
Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
Reviews
4.3
4.3 (based on 4 customer reviews)

By Mary
FromSacramento
Holiday Tradition
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This is a great treat for a special occasions.

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By mlkhogs
FromTulsa, OK
I would buy this produce again
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Brought back memories of ham sandwiches at grandma's house.

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By Bosshog
FromDenver,CO
Not Impressed
Comments about Product:
Overall priced higher pound for pound than prime meats. This does'nt come close. Great salt kick but make your own. I understand a profit but, come on! Go to Honeybaked.

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By his daughter
FromGreen Acres, no really North Carolina
Dad loves it
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If he doesn't get it, he wonders why. If he gets it, I'm on the A list for the year!

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