city ham
 n.— «By contrast, wet-cured hams—often called “city” hams—are brined or injected with a saltwater solution as a preservative. City hams, more mild-tasting and moister than country hams, are far more prevalent because they take less time to prepare.» —“Ham for the holiday” by Robin Davis Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) Apr. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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