Luxurious Hams & Chops 

We hand-select extra fancy pork to create the finest hams and chops. Trimmed to exacting specifications, our pork is bathed in maple syrup and secret spices and slow-cured for the meat the sweet flavor that's been prized in New England hills for generations. Our hams and chops are enveloped by natural applewood smoke for nearly a day. The result is a perfect balance of sweetness and smoke to satisfy the most tasteful professional.


  Ham Glazes

For a sweeter, glossier glaze, brush ham with a little maple syrup about 30 minutes before it is ready to come out of the oven.  


1 ¼ cup light brown sugar

3 tablespoon fresh squeezed orange juice

½ teaspoon ground cloves

Mix all ingredients together to form a thick paste. Set mixture aside until ready to glaze ham. Makes about 1 cup. 


1 ¼ cup packed light brown sugar

¼ cup Dijon Mustard

½ teaspoon ground cloves 

Mix sugar, mustard and cloves together in medium bowl to form a thick paste.  Set mixture aside until ready to glaze ham. Makes about 1 cup.


What to do with leftover ham

  1. •Turn green salad into a main dish by adding chunks of cooked ham and drizzling with balsamic vinaigrette.
  2. •Make a quick quiche using finely diced ham, leftover veggies like chopped broccoli or spinach, and a frozen, store-bought piecrust.
  3. •Spice up your breakfast routine by tucking finely chopped ham, green peppers, and onions into an omelet.
  4. •Have a filling lunch by topping a baked potato with diced ham, shredded cheddar cheese and steamed broccoli.
  5. •Whip up ham salad by tossing finely chopped meat with equal parts celery and onion, and a dollop of mayonnaise or mustard.  Enjoy with wheat crackers or on a rye roll.
  6. •Add flavor to your soups by adding the ham bone and some diced ham when cooking—especially in bean or lentil soups or chowders.
  7. •Create an incredibly easy and light eggs Benedict by topping one half of a toasted wheat English muffin with a thin slice of ham, one poached egg and a dollop of store bought hollandaise sauce.
  8. •Toss diced ham with cooked pasta, a few drops of olive oil, steamed green beans or broccoli, and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
  9. •Make a colorful pasta salad with tricolor spirals, chunks of ham and mozzarella cheese, cherry tomatoes, sliced yellow bell pepper, and olives.  Toss with Italian dressing.
  10. •Sprinkle chopped ham into brown rice or scalloped potatoes.