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How long does ham keep?

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Tylers Journey 1
Perfection 1
AwesomeTattooedDragon 2
RedMulch 6
Gigix4 3
kidsfan3 1
TinktheSprite 1
freebyrdII 4
Smoochie and The Bean 1

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RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

Like if you cooked one for Christmas on Tuesday, would you use the bone and what's left to make split pea soup on Friday or Saturday? 

freebyrdII --- 9 years ago -

If its been stored properly, absolutely....YUM!!!! 

kidsfan3 --- 9 years ago -

It should be fine. I put my ham bone in the freezer earlier in the week so I can use it later. 

RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

it's been in the fridge in it's original(disposible) pan covered with aluminum foil.......... 

RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

I rarely do ham........but i was so totally sick of turkey......and the price this year of a rib roast was astronomical!! (ima cheepskate) 

Perfection --- 9 years ago -

I would still use it yes. 

Tylers Journey --- 9 years ago -

I will keep as long as the pig is alive 

Smoochie and The Bean --- 9 years ago -

In my house...about half an hour. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 9 years ago -

you'll know..it'll get slimy and green... 

RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

Oh my heavens.......tat....that ham is going out now....i'll go out and buy a fresh pork hock........lol 

freebyrdII --- 9 years ago -

.......in the words of JL..... NONSENSE!!!! 

RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

In the words of RedMulch "I DON'T EASILY DO LEFTOVERS"......amen 

freebyrdII --- 9 years ago -

Me either but ham????? Really????? It's precooked, smoked and cured before you even buy it..... 

Gigix4 --- 9 years ago -

It's precooked, smoked and cured before you even buy it.....

Yep - should still be absolutely good. Could probably be good in the fridge for a week or more. Wrap it - bag it and put in the freezer. 

RedMulch --- 9 years ago -

allright.......but if i end up in the hospital..your azzes better come see me and tell me how sorry you are............lol 

freebyrdII --- 9 years ago -

And I thought I was neurotic ....... Teehee!!!!!!! 

Gigix4 --- 9 years ago -

but if i end up in the hospital..your azzes better come see me and tell me how sorry you are............

I'll be the first one in the door of your hospital room ... with a ham and cheese sandwich. lol
Seriously, you should be just fine. The was hams ar cured, they may even last a month just in the fridge ... well, maybe not quite that long, but still. Take some of it and cook a big ol' pot of pinto beans and throw some ham in it.
Better yet, cook a pot of creamy potato soup with ham in it - it's going to get cold again. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 9 years ago -

I just say "I told you so!!" LOLOL!!!!! 

TinktheSprite --- 9 years ago -

Ham contains a lot of water and doesn't freeze well. It tends to dry out but it find for cooking in casseroles, omelets etc., just not eating as steaks or other. 

Gigix4 --- 9 years ago -

Yep! Good for seasoning. Put some in your blackeyed peas and steamed cabbage for New Year's. 

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