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Olympia Provisions Sweetheart Ham

$55.00 / 2lbs Each
Olympia Provisions Sweetheart Ham meats
Olympia Provisions Sweetheart Ham
  • by Olympia Provisions
  • United States

Called the sweetheart because it's just enough ham for two, this whole ham is made with boneless pork sirloin tip, brined for ten days with fresh herbs and spices, then slow-smoked over applewood to give it a savory depth of flavor. Perfect for elegant holiday gatherings or a simple ham and cheese sandwich, this versatile sweetheart is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser that pairs well with mild, nutty cheeses like Point Reyes Toma and Virginia Chutney Company Mango Chutney. Dropship items are excluded from our substitutions policy.

Pork, pork fat, water, Swiss cheese (pasteurized cows milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes), milk powder, less than 2%: salt, cultured dextrose, dried vinegar, garlic, spices, swiss chard powder, dextrose, natural flavors, lactic acid culture. Hog Casing. Contains Milk.
  • Through our partnership, Olympia Provisions orders will be shipped from an alternate facility outside of Murray’s. You will receive a separate tracking number from Olympia Provisions for your order.
  • This ham is crafted with environmentally regenerative, humanely-raised pork from the Pacific Northwest.
  • Break this out for a slow and easy Sunday morning with an eggs benedict, or use this in a mouthwatering croque monsieur with Murray's Cave Aged Gruyère.
  • Established in 2009, Olympia Provisions was Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria.
  • Founder Elias Cairo, a first-generation Greek-American, grew up around charcuterie—his father would often craft his own meats at home.
  • His upbringing, along with his travels and apprenticeships around Europe, inspired him to start Olympia Provisions, to share these traditional techniques with Americans.
  • The company uses antibiotic-free pork and high-quality ingredients like freshly ground spices.
  • They form their meats with natural casings and allow them to age naturally, without relying on hot-incubation, cooking, or irradiation.

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