Definition of Picnic ham

1. Noun. Shoulder of a hog usually smoked.

Exact synonyms: Picnic Shoulder
Generic synonyms: Cut Of Pork



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Picnic Ham

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picloram
piclorams
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picnic baskets
picnic egg
picnic eggs
picnic ground
picnic ham (current term)
picnic shoulder
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pico-farad
pico-farads
pico-joule

Literary usage of Picnic ham

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Vocational Mathematics for Girls by William Henry Dooley (1917)
"STANDARD PORK CUTS —CHICAGO STYLE 1 — Short-cut Ham Ham 2—picnic ham or California Ham 3_ Boston Butt Pickled Pork Pork Shoulder Pork Steak 4— Clear Plate ..."

2. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
""You threw that little picnic ham at the thin lady like you was tryin' to knock her down" he remonstrated. "That ain't no nice way to distribute gifts. ..."

3. A Textbook of Domestic Science for High Schools by Matilda Gertrude Campbell (1913)
"Shoulder or picnic ham. Poorer cut of ham. 5. Breast. Salt pork or bacon. 6. Clear back fat. Salt pork. 7. Jowl. Head cheese, etc. 8. Pigs feet. Pickled. ..."

4. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"A heavy shoulder cut short is known in some localities as a picnic ham; it is not a ham, though the meat is of good flavor, and there is a good deal of bone ..."

5. Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture of the State of North Carolina by North Carolina Board of Agriculture, North Carolina, Board of Agriculture (1901)
"This lean meat is cured In sweet pickle the same as sweet pickle ham or picnic ham. After it is cured it is stuffed into skins and wrapped tight with twine ..."

6. Report of Committee and Hearings Held Before the Senate Committee on by Weldon Brinton Heyburn (1911)
"The picnic is the fore part of the shoulder, used to be called a "picnic ham," or California nam. Senator OLIVER. What is the picnic? The CHAIRMAN. ..."

7. Vocational Mathematics for Girls by William Henry Dooley (1917)
"STANDARD PORK CUTS —CHICAGO STYLE 1 — Short-cut Ham Ham 2—picnic ham or California Ham 3_ Boston Butt Pickled Pork Pork Shoulder Pork Steak 4— Clear Plate ..."

8. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1913)
""You threw that little picnic ham at the thin lady like you was tryin' to knock her down" he remonstrated. "That ain't no nice way to distribute gifts. ..."

9. A Textbook of Domestic Science for High Schools by Matilda Gertrude Campbell (1913)
"Shoulder or picnic ham. Poorer cut of ham. 5. Breast. Salt pork or bacon. 6. Clear back fat. Salt pork. 7. Jowl. Head cheese, etc. 8. Pigs feet. Pickled. ..."

10. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"A heavy shoulder cut short is known in some localities as a picnic ham; it is not a ham, though the meat is of good flavor, and there is a good deal of bone ..."

11. Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture of the State of North Carolina by North Carolina Board of Agriculture, North Carolina, Board of Agriculture (1901)
"This lean meat is cured In sweet pickle the same as sweet pickle ham or picnic ham. After it is cured it is stuffed into skins and wrapped tight with twine ..."

12. Report of Committee and Hearings Held Before the Senate Committee on by Weldon Brinton Heyburn (1911)
"The picnic is the fore part of the shoulder, used to be called a "picnic ham," or California nam. Senator OLIVER. What is the picnic? The CHAIRMAN. ..."

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