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Ham is processed pork meat that is preserved through smoking, curing or salting and was traditionally made from the leg of swine. While ham was once made solely from pork, it is now made around the world from other meats, such as turkey.


Baking a ham requires the cook to select a recipe, such as the one for baked ham featured at Allrecipes.com. This recipe is for a bone-in-ham and requires four ingredients to prepare. The ham is placed into a roasting pan, covered with cloves and brown sugar, then baked.


Dogs should not be given ham to eat. It is high in fat and sodium, both of which can make dogs sick or even kill them.


The health benefits of ham depend on its type. Lean deli ham is low in fat but it is high in sodium, while cured ham steaks are sources for calcium and potassium but also saturated fats. Most hams contain nitrates, which have been linked to cancer.


Ham in large portions can cause sickness in some dogs. A small amount should not cause any long-term complications.


Ham radio is a radio broadcast by licensed, amateur radio operators, called hams. Ham radio operators must pass an Federal Communications Commission examination in order to be able to broadcast on radio frequencies that are reserved for amateur operators.


Beef ham is a type of meat that is created by using high quality cuts of beef. Beef ham is shaped like a traditional ham, but healthier than pork.


Pork is all the meat that comes from a pig, and ham is a specific part of the pig. Just like steaks comes from particular parts of a cow, ham comes from a specific place on a pig's body.


Two delicious side dishes for ham are lemony green beans with almond breadcrumbs and potato, as well as squash and goat cheese gratin. Available from The Kitchn, both recipes offer a contemporary twist on traditional holiday ham side dishes.


According to Carmela Stamper, a veterinarian in the Center for Veterinary Medicine at the Food and Drug Administration, it is not safe to give a dog a bone of any kind. Bones can cause health hazards for pets, regardless of the size of the bone.