Rice's Country Hams (sausage)

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Rice's Country Hams (sausage)

Postby Todd_NE » Wed Nov 07, 2007 4:15 pm

Just wanted to thank Tennessee for Rice's Smoked Sausage.

My Lord, that's the best sausage I've ever eaten in my life.

Just got in my fall order of 30 2# pokes last week. Life is good in the blind again....
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Postby bluemarlin08 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:46 pm

Getting ready to have some Rice sausage for dinner. If you haven't tried the ham, trust me, it is the best available. I've been eating Rice's hams for 40 years, have put up hams myself and tried virtually all the name brand country hams, Rice's is the winner hands down. My wife's catering company cooks about 100 hams a season and most are Rice's.
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Postby Todd_NE » Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:13 am

I'm going to have to try one, I haven't yet. I see they win the Tennessee state fair every year!
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Postby mollyworker » Thu Nov 08, 2007 11:09 am

Thay are NOT $2 a pound better than clift farms or harpers.I've eaten dozens of them. If it's a gift, good deal. Otherwise buy yourself a harpers of clift farm when they go on sale for less that $2 a pound!
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Postby Todd_NE » Thu Nov 08, 2007 1:31 pm

I'm not getting either one up here in Nebraska very easily :)
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Postby bluemarlin08 » Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:31 pm

Most Harper and Clifty farm hams are only cured the minimum of 90 days to be called a country ham. Rice's are almost one year, IMO one year old hams are very much worth the difference if you really care about the original taste of a real country ham. I grew up eating hams aged a year and Rice's tastes like the old fashion hams. However, I will buy some Clifty Farm hams when they go on sale for 1.29 a pound and age them an additional year and it really improves the flavor.
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Postby bluemarlin08 » Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:36 pm

Mollyworker, is that you Charlie?
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