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Phillips Brothers Country Ham Biscuit Cut
Phillips Country Ham

Phillips Brothers Country Ham Biscuit Cut

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Retail Price:$11.47
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Part Number:PB- Country Ham
  • Size:8 oz
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  • 6 - 11
  • $6.46
  • 12 - 23
  • $6.12
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Size:

8oz

Condition:

New

Brand:

Phillips Brothers Country Ham

Location:

North Carolina

Manufactured in:

Made in the United States
Size: 8 oz
Brand: Phillips Brothers 
Ingredients: Ham cured with salt, cane sugar, brown sugar, sodium nitrate, sodium nitrite       

Cooking Directions
  • Frying: Cook at 350 F for 60 seconds per side. For best results, do not over cook. 
  • Steaming: Cook in 1/2 inch slow boiling water for 2 minutes per side.  
  • Microwave: Cook 2 minutes at full power.   
Please note: This is country ham, and is meant to be salty. Do not buy this product if you are trying to reduce the amount of sodium in your diet. Like all things that taste great, it is not good for you in a large doses.  

Phillips Brothers Country Ham Biscuit Cuts are the perfect accompaniment to any southern style breakfast. The country hams are cured by hand the old fashioned way. Our friends at Phillips Brothers Country Ham are located in Asheboro, NC, and have been producing the best ham, sausage and bacon in NC since 1947. Phillips brothers won the 2004 National Championship for Country Ham, and you will be able to tell why with every biscuit slice carved by hand to perfection.  

The Phillips Brothers Southern biscuit cuts are packaged in an 8 oz size making it convenient for a family of four or five to enjoy the southern style biscuit cuts on a Sunday Morning.  

Some of you might be wondering "What exactly is Country Ham".  Country hams are slow cured with salt, cane sugar, and brown sugar. They are hand rubbed and placed into a curing room within oak bins for a total of 40-45 days. The product is then equalized allowing for the cure mixture to equalize through the ham to give it a consistent delicious flavor. After Equalization the hams are hung in the drying/aging room for an additional 25 to 35 days. This is truly the old fashioned way of curing hams, giving it a southern flavor that is hard to beat.      

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