Happy October! Our holiday hams, pork shoulder roasts and chuck roasts have just been added to our site! December 3rd can't get here soon enough. YUM!!!
Find some tips for these cuts below!
Both pork butt and pork shoulder cuts do best with long, slow cooking and are excellent choices to be barbecued, braised, or used as stew meat, as well as roasted or cooked in slow-cookers.
Chuck roast is probably the most economical cut of beef. The chuck is found around the neck and shoulder, so it contains some connective tissue and fat that will melt down during long slow cooks and give your dish a rich, robust flavour. Add some carrots, potatoes and onions for a quite delicious, easy meal!!!
A simple ham glaze can be a mixture of brown sugar, honey, butter and spices. They all simmer together until a thick and syrupy mixture forms. Brush half of the glaze over the ham while it heats up. The rest of the glaze gets added at the end of the baking time and the oven temperature is increased to ensure a browned and crispy exterior.
If you need some Farm Fresh honey for your hams perfect glaze we have you covered! Our 5lb tubs can be found here: