Bryan® Fully Cooked Boneless Traditional Buffet Style Ham, 2 Count
- One, 2 piece case of Bryan® Fully Cooked Boneless Traditional Flat Buffet Ham
- Slowly smoked, traditional flavor profile
- Water added buffet style ham
- Unsliced and versatile for heated applications
- Fully cooked and boneless for convenient preparation
Serving suggestions -
Heat and slice for a delicious protein option.CLOSE
Storage Temperature - Maximum
Storage Temperature - Minimum
Thaw product. Place on rack in roasting pan; cover pan tightly with foil and bake in 325°F oven for 17
to 20 minutes per pound or to an internal temperature of 140°F. May bake in a baking bag.
Thaw product. May cut into slices and cook on 350°F grill for 2 to 3 minutes on each side.
Packaging information -
Cured With Water, Dextrose, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Sugar, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.
Nutritional information -
Amount Per Serving
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*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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More about this item
Satisfy your customers with Bryan® Fully Cooked Boneless Traditional Buffet Style Ham. Our flat, buffet style ham features a slowly smoked, traditional flavor profile. Fully cooked and boneless for convenient preparation, our unsliced ham can be served in numerous settings, such as healthcare catering, buffets and family and casual dining. Heat and slice for a delicious protein option. Stored refrigerated at 28°F, our ham has a shelf life of 90 days. Includes one case of 2 Fully Cooked Boneless Traditional Flat Buffet Ham. At Bryan® we offer products that have been family favorites since 1936. We continue this legacy through our commitment to quality and the unique blend of spices in the original family recipes that we still use today.