Sweetheart Ham

$76.00 Regular Price

Our little gems are made from pork sirloin tip, placed in a brine of fresh herbs, fresh garlic, and fresh onions for 10 days. Then we smoke them over applewood for 10 hours.

Called the sweetheart because it's just enough ham for you and your significant other whether you want to share a slow and easy Sunday morning with the OP Benedict or pull out all the stops for an evening feast with the Choucroute Garnie.

Approx.  1.25 lbs to 1.75 lbs 

  • Real Ingredients Real Ingredients
  • No Antibiotics No Antibiotics
  • Gluten Free Gluten Free
Nutrition Facts

Serving size 2oz., 24 servings per petite.
Calories 90
Total Fat 3g (5%)
Saturated Fat 1g (5%)
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 40mg (13%)
Sodium 650mg (27%)
Total Carbohydrate 4g (1%)
Dietary Fiber 0g
Total Sugars 4g
Protein 12g
Vitamin A • 0% • Calcium 0% • Iron 4% • Vitamin C 0%

Shipping info

Orders placed Friday after 3pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday will ship on Tuesday. 

Orders placed on Tuesday and Wednesday before noon will ship on Wednesday. 

Orders placed after 1pm on Wednesday, orders placed on Thursday and orders placed before 3pm on Friday will be shipped on Monday the following week.

  • Ingredients

    Pork, water, onion, brown sugar, 2% or less of: sugar, salt, sodium nitrite, garlic, spices, black pepper, balsamic vinegar, thyme.

  • Storage & Preparation

    Keep Refrigerated. Wrap in plastic after opening. Enjoy within 7 days of opening.
    Slice thin for sandwiches, thick for ham steaks or gently reheat and serve whole. Damn!

  • Flavor Profile

    • Fresh Garlic Fresh Garlic
    • Fennel Fennel
    • Brown Sugar Brown Sugar
    • Smoked Smoked
    • Fresh Thyme Fresh Thyme

How to enjoy it

Slice the ham as thin as possible using a Chef’s knife. Once sliced, your options are limitless. We love to showcase the purity of our delicious ham by creating a country ham board with a big hunk of quality french butter, flaky sea salt (like Jacobsen’s) and a big dollop of dijon. Just add a quality, fresh baguette and you’re all set. Take it to the next level by adding cornichons. The more butter, the better (trust us).

How it's made

This little gem of a ham is called the sweetheart ham because it's just enough ham for you and your significant other. The cut used to make the ham is called a pork knuckle by butchers. We refer to it as a boneless sirloin tip. We brine it for ten days with fresh herbs, spices and aromatics. Then we truss net it and gently smoked the ham for 10 hours over a blend of hardwood chips.

Slice thin and griddle for a quick hit, or make it your centerpiece at the next family function.