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Snake River Farms Kurobuta Half Bone-In Ham

Our Kurobuta (100% Berkshire breed) hams consistently receive top scores in artisan ham comparisons and are frequently featured by celebrity chefs and culinary experts during the holidays. Produced using traditional curing methods and carefully smoked over real hardwood, our gourmet hams are tender, rich in flavor, and have the perfect essence of smoke. As the name implies, these are our whole bone-in hams cut in half for meals when less ham is required. There are two sizes of half bone-in hams: small (about  6lbs.) and large (about 8 lbs).

Kurobuta is the Japanese term for “black hog” and refers to animals of the Berkshire variety, a heritage breed. Kurobuta pork is highly marbled with a beautiful dark color, firm texture, and naturally delicious flavor. The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries mandates that pork designated as “Kurobuta” must consist of 100% Berkshire animals. Snake River Farms gourmet hams strictly adhere to this requirement. Our animals are treated humanely and are raised on small family farms without hormones using a natural slow feed process.

The Roker Ham

Recently mentioned on The Today Show as "The most delicious piece of meat you will ever eat in your life." The Snake River Farms Kurobuta ham is one of Al Roker's favorite gifts to give during the holidays.

“If there were a ham beauty pageant, the lightly smoked bone-in ham from Snake River Farms, with its gorgeous marbling of deep-red and flush-pink meat, would take first prize hands down.” -- From TheNibble.com, “Best Hams: For the Holiday or any Day”

Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds.

 

Type of HamWeight RangeApprox. 8 oz. Servings
Half Boneless 3 to 4.5 lbs. 7 to 9
Whole Boneless 7 to 9 lbs. 12 to 17
Half Bone-In (small) 6 to 8 lbs. 10 to 14
Half Bone-In (large) 8 to 10 lbs. 14 to 18
Whole Bone-In 14 to 18 lbs. 22 to 30

Kurobuta Half Bone-In Ham

Starting at Starting at $119.00

Availability: Out of stock

  • Weight:
    - 6 lbs. (small half-cut ham)
    - 8 lbs. (large half-cut ham)
  • 100% purebred Berkshire (Kurobuta) pork
  • Signature recipe uses a traditional family cure
  • Smoked with authentic hardwood chips
  • Grown in our network of small family farms
  • All natural Berkshire pork raised without added hormones
  • Product ships frozen and will arrive frozen or partially thawed

 

 

Snake River Farms Kurobuta Half Bone-In Ham

Our Kurobuta (100% Berkshire breed) hams consistently receive top scores in artisan ham comparisons and are frequently featured by celebrity chefs and culinary experts during the holidays. Produced using traditional curing methods and carefully smoked over real hardwood, our gourmet hams are tender, rich in flavor, and have the perfect essence of smoke. As the name implies, these are our whole bone-in hams cut in half for meals when less ham is required. There are two sizes of half bone-in hams: small (about  6lbs.) and large (about 8 lbs).

Kurobuta is the Japanese term for “black hog” and refers to animals of the Berkshire variety, a heritage breed. Kurobuta pork is highly marbled with a beautiful dark color, firm texture, and naturally delicious flavor. The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries mandates that pork designated as “Kurobuta” must consist of 100% Berkshire animals. Snake River Farms gourmet hams strictly adhere to this requirement. Our animals are treated humanely and are raised on small family farms without hormones using a natural slow feed process.

The Roker Ham

Recently mentioned on The Today Show as "The most delicious piece of meat you will ever eat in your life." The Snake River Farms Kurobuta ham is one of Al Roker's favorite gifts to give during the holidays.

“If there were a ham beauty pageant, the lightly smoked bone-in ham from Snake River Farms, with its gorgeous marbling of deep-red and flush-pink meat, would take first prize hands down.” -- From TheNibble.com, “Best Hams: For the Holiday or any Day”

Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds.

 

Type of HamWeight RangeApprox. 8 oz. Servings
Half Boneless 3 to 4.5 lbs. 7 to 9
Whole Boneless 7 to 9 lbs. 12 to 17
Half Bone-In (small) 6 to 8 lbs. 10 to 14
Half Bone-In (large) 8 to 10 lbs. 14 to 18
Whole Bone-In 14 to 18 lbs. 22 to 30

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Review(s)

  • Hams

    This is undoubtedly the best hams I have ever had and a 10????????????????from friends who were the lucky ones to partake in this great ham!! The ham is um um good.
    Kathy

    Posted 9/7/2019 by

  • Best of the best

    This was the best ham we ever had....Unfortunately none was left the next day...Ham was so good that I ordered 2 more...Looking forward to 16 lbs of delicious ham...Thanks keep up the good work.

    Posted 4/30/2019 by

  • WOW What great ham

    Bought this for Easter (yesterday). This is the best ham ever and I thought I already knew what that was. This is now my go to ham. Will recommend and buy as a gift. My wife’s words were that’s a good ham and she’s not a ham fan. Nuff said enjoyed this ham.

    Posted 4/22/2019 by

    SRF Team : Thank you so much for taking the time to share this, Mitchell!

  • Christmas Dinner

    As I am new to Snake River Farms this was the BEST ham we have ever had. Had a family party of 15 who all stated this was the best ham they have ever eaten. Followed one the the serving instructions too everyones delight. Do to the price I would only purchase for a special occasion. But I am sure there will be request for an Easter Ham dinner!

    Posted 12/30/2018 by

  • It really is the best

    very tasty and super easy to prepare. Not enough left over to make a sandwich

    Posted 12/27/2018 by

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