Westphalian ham


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Westpha′lian ham′


n.
a German ham with a distinctive flavor from being smoked over beechwood and juniper.
[1655–65]
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lobster and the Socit Benedict (with Westphalian ham, toasted brioche, poached eggs and potato hash).
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Black Forest and Westphalian ham are available in most delicatessens and well-stocked grocery stores.