Ham

Wet-cured or dry, smoked or not, ham is a fundamental meat on tables all around America (except for those that are kosher or halal). Regional dishes made from it include greens-stuffed ham in Maryland, country ham through much of the South, ham biscuits (also southern), St. Louis’ Gerber sandwich (ham and provel cheese on garlic bread), see-through thin chipped ham in Pittsburgh, and Cuban sandwiches in Florida. Ham is often used in a stockpot to flavor greens and beans as they cook and is a fundamental ingredient of western omelets.

Restaurants With This Dish

Large platter of fried chicken is backed by biscuits and fruit salad
Loveless Cafe

NASHVILLE, TN

Breakfast plate features eggs, a mashed potato cake, and greens-topped ham.
St. Mary’s Landing

CHARLOTTE HALL, MD

Hell’s Kitchen

MINNEAPOLIS, MN

Fulks Run Grocery - Ham Sandwich
Fulks Run Grocery

FULKS RUN, VA

Kreuz Market - Prime Rib
Kreuz Market

LOCKHART, TX

Fife’s

BIRMINGHAM, AL

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