tf1I like a turkey on Thanksgiving. Sue me, I am a traditionalist. However, some of my favorite Thanksgivings have been when there is turkey AND a fine ham, like the Spiral-Sliced Sweet Bone-In Ham with Honey Glaze I found from the fine folks at Edwards Virginia Smokehouse.

About the Spiral-Sliced Sweet Bone-In Ham with Honey Glaze from Edwards Virginia Smokehouse: “Milder and sweeter than our salt-cured Country Hams, our popular bone-in “City Ham” is slowly smoked over hickory wood and spiral sliced for a dramatic presentation at your family table or entertaining buffet. Our honey hams arrive ready to heat and serve. Our exclusive glaze mix of honey, brown sugar and orange oil is included for you to slather on as you warm it up. Sweet!”

If you are going to have ham, you have to have the best, and the best come from Virginia and folks like Edwards Virginia Smokehouse who keep the tradition of the perfectly smoked ham alive.

About Edwards Virginia Smokehouse: “Edwards Virginia Smokehouse is rooted in tradition. Founded in 1926 by S. Wallace Edwards, Sr. – the business was started by selling dry-cured ham sandwiches to hungry passengers on the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry. Passed down generation to generation, the curing process is a mix of science and learned skill. A family-run business, fathers, sons, daughters, cousins, aunts, uncles and more have contributed to the success of the business. Follow along the Edwards Virginia Smokehouse history as they expand their product lines, transform their curing process to what it is today and keep the tradition going.”

Don’t worry – if ham is not your bag, Edwards Virginia Smokehouse can still hook you up – they have a nice line of Turkey and Turducken to make your holiday spread just perfect.

See all the fine Virginia hams and related product from Virginia Traditions here.