Sauteed Green Cabbage with Country Ham

One of the most distinctive of all Southern delicacies is salt-cured country ham. It originated in the days before refrigeration and is now produced from corn-fed hogs in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and parts of North Carolina. The most famous of all the country hams, however, is made from peanut-fed hogs in Virginia. Called Smithfield ham, after a small town of the same name, its patented production is restricted by law to city limits. The process involves salting the ham, then smoking it and finally aging.
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NikoAndPip
Cincinnati, OH
October 25, 2010
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Simple and Delicious
October 25, 2010
We love this recipe because it is simple, quick, and very tasty. We would recommend this dish for a busy week night, or for a potluck/party because it is easy to make and economical. Sometimes we spice it up by adding a little jalepeno, or soy sauce--add in some egg and you've got the American version of Japanese okonomiyaki!
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ccarpe3
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October 17, 2010
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vegan sauteed green cabbage
October 17, 2010
Think I'll try it instead with grilled mushrooms and red peppers and sauteed shallots and garlic. Will update on how it turns out.