Thanks, 6star. When I was in the business (35+ years ago!) we used the pullman ham for sandwiches. Sliced very thin, served on "buttered" and toasted buns, it was actually pretty good, especially if we were fixing one for ourselves! (We sold them with mayo or mustard only to save on cost. I liked mine with mayo and thin-sliced onion.) Sliced thicker and pan-broiled so the gelatin & liquid content were lowered a lot, I liked it; but it wouldn’t have sold in Memphis!