South of the Mason-Dixon line, ham rules the Thanksgiving feast
Full disclosure: I’m not a fan of green eggs — or ham. In spite of Sam’s urgings, I say ham is a good chunk of pork wasted, no matter if it’s smoked, spiced, spiraled or, heaven forbid, stuffed.
Stuffing belongs in turkeys. Maybe a pork chop. But never a ham. Try it? No way, I sniffed.
Even after more than two decades living in Calvert County, I still turned my nose at the locally celebrated gastronomical confusion known as Southern Maryland stuffed ham.
I never got close to one, never even set eyes on one.