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By The Times Picayune Publishing Company

Published 1901

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  • A Ham
  • 2 Blades of Mace
  • A Dozen Cloves


Wash the ham well in cold water, scraping off all portions of mold or salt. Have a large boiler of water on the stove, or, better still, the furnace. Throw in two blades of mace, a dozen cloves and three or four bay leaves. Put the Ham in the water and let the fire be slow, allowing the water to heat gradually. Do not permit it to come to a good boil for two hours at least, and be careful to sk