This ham, rubbed with brown sugar, Dijon mustard, and balsamic vinegar, cooks alongside sweet and savory cipollini onions.
'city ham' on Serious Eats
Ham is not for everyone, but if you're a ham lover, lucky you, because ham is one meat that's darn difficult to mess up. Want to make it even juicier and more foolproof? Cook the sucker sous-vide. Because hams are pre-cooked, it's really just a matter of reheating them. Typically, I'd suggest removing meat from its retail packaging, seasoning it, then re-sealing it in a sous-vide bag before cooking it. But since ham's pre-seasoned, it can be cooked directly in the package it comes in, making the whole process even more appealing.
A tender and moist city ham glazed with maple syrup and mustard.