Gammon, or at least some variant of ham, seems to be a Christmas tradition in both the UK and the US. So after the large amount of food consumed on Christmas Day (that spills over to Boxing Day, the 26th of December), I think we’ll have a gammon cob for Recicember today.
You may not know what a cob is depending on where you’re from – it’s not even a word used in the whole of the UK.
It’s not anything to do with corn. You might know it as a roll, a bread roll, a bread bun, a barm, a bap, or something similar.
But how does one make a delicious gammon cob?
- Obtain delicious cob
- Slice delicious cob
- Spread delicious butter on delicious cob
- Slice delicious gammon
- Gently hurl sliced delicious gammon at sliced delicious cob
- Put delicious lid on delicious cob
- Push delicious gammon cob down your delicious throat
See? That was easy.
TL;DR: Put pig meat in a bun.