A tasty Gammon for Christmas is a very flexible menu choice. It will make a good looking centrepiece for any Christmas party or family gathering either in the run up to the 25th, through Boxing Day to the New Year. Its going to be very tasty whether you eat it hot or cold.

Crouch End Gammon For Christmas

At Morley Butchers we make our own Gammon right here in the shop so it is real local food created using traditional butchers skills. The process begins by selecting the very best free range Blythburgh Pork. Next after hand rubbing in the curing salts the hams are dry cured for up to twenty one days. This process results in a more concentrated flavour in the meat, excellent texture and an attractive deeper colour.

Quality ingredients, traditional technique and taking enough time means that we can provide our customers with a really exceptional range of Hams and Gammon for Christmas. So whether you are looking for a whole ham (leg) or boned and rolled joints come into the shop as see us we will have what you need for your festive entertaining. You can see more about our pork and gammon here >>

Smoked Gammon For Christmas

If you prefer stronger and richer flavour we also offer a smoked range of joints. These are also produced on the premises. We use a natural draft smoking technique (latest technology gives us precise control  for a perfect end result). This is a cold smoking process which over four to six hours gives an excellent deep flavour to the cured meat. Cold smoking delivers all the taste but avoids the heat that would cook the meat.

How To Cook Gammon

We have a great gammon recipe here that will help you create a marvelous Christmas ham that will make a great centrepiece dish for your festive table and be tasty hot or cold.

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 Order Early – Avoid Disappointment

Gammon for Christmas is very popular so  to avoid any disappointment please place you order in the shop (we are not taking any orders by email or over the phone). Please note we are asking all customers for a non-refundable deposit of £30.