Foraging for Ramps With Allan Benton, the King of Country Ham

Every spring, Allan Benton heads to the woods of Tennessee to search for alliums and cook up a creekside feast.

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The Most Flavorful Easter Ham Starts on the Stove

Want to avoid a dry ham? Wary of too many boiled eggs? Genevieve Ko has solutions for two common Easter entertaining challenges.

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A Harvard Scam and the Best Podcasts of 2021: The Week in Narrated Articles

Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.

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The Secret to This Glazed Holiday Ham? Root Beer.

The sarsaparilla flavor lends the meat a woodsy mintiness, which sings when it’s paired with aromatics like bay leaves and shallots.

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Ibérico Ham With Texas Twang

Raised in Hill Country, the pork from Texas Iberico relies on southwest flavors, like hickory smoke and chile.

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How to Make Ham

A holiday ham, made at home, is within reach. You just need a bit of time, some wood smoke and a shoulder ham or pork loin.

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