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Ham ball

What I thought the hammyball was going to be (I was dissapointed)
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A ball made of compressed ham, maby about the size of a basketball, serves no real purpose, I guess you could eat it at christmas or somthing if you wanted, I think I would just gaze at it in wonder though.
Gulherme, Oct 09 2002

Molded ham is baked. Maybe not sperical though. http://www.reno-gbc.com/mold_systems.html
Talk to these folks. I'll bet they can hook you up. [half, Oct 09 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Gyro Meat Cone http://www.dcgreeks...ro_and_souvlaki.asp
The folks that make these could adapt. [waugsqueke, Oct 10 2002]


       Should cook evenly, methinks
thumbwax, Oct 09 2002

       Dubya could drop it on Muslims. Comes through your roof with a note saying, Come, Eat. Or follow your Prophet into starvation. Cultural conquest for all.
General Washington, Oct 09 2002

       May I just add that by no means is this limited to ham.
Gulherme, Oct 09 2002

       So the ham comes in its own basketball net?   

       No thanks to turkey balls.
FarmerJohn, Oct 09 2002

       Dogs would love this.......   

       Are you envisaging something like a spherical kebab ? Ham, turkey, chicken, lamb, beef .... the possibilites are endless. A large sphere of low-fat, gristle-free meat, annointed with herbs, spices and gravy ..... it would garce any dining table.   

       It could be built up in layers of different meats, like a gobstopper. Gets my vote.
8th of 7, Oct 09 2002

       "A Giant orb of Spam graced the bountiful table, aahhh the presentation was superb."
blissmiss, Oct 09 2002

       "Could someone roll me the ham?"   

       Certainly opens up a whole new line of ovenware possibilities. Not to mention the custard-filled ham and the pinata ham.   

       How about a dodecahedr-ham? At least it won't roll away while you try to carve it.
phoenix, Oct 09 2002


       ...it rolled off the table and on to the floor...
half, Oct 09 2002

       I once garced at the dining table.
General Washington, Oct 09 2002

       I just can't help but think about all those poor castrated animals running around...
barnzenen, Oct 09 2002

       Isn't the problem with carving somewhat-spherical foods that they already tend to 'pop' out from under the knife? This ham ball would be impossible to carve! It should be sold with a big F-clamp, or a leg-hold trap to properly secure it.
Wes, Oct 09 2002

       We, being the resourceful group we are, could invent the "large and sturdy dinner table vice gripper", to efficiently hold our round balls of meat in place, whilst we sliced.
blissmiss, Oct 09 2002

       We carefully tie our Swedish meatballs in square knotted spagetti.
FarmerJohn, Oct 09 2002

       Images of mini ham balls in foil wrapped packets come to mind. Just blast 'em in the microwave for 30 seconds and *ping!*... freshly cooked, gravy filled, bread-crumb coated, crunchy, gooey, salty (e.t.c.) ham balls in your hand. Another possibility is the mini fish ball of course (which comes with mini potatoes as well) {I live in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom if you were wondering about the fish and chips reference}
squiffyboy, Oct 09 2002

       Wow... an idea of mine gets recognised by somebody else's idea. Champagne please.   

       Would there be a national hambasketball league?
NickTheGreat, Oct 09 2002

       [Nickthegreat] Sure! Imagine the speciality moves such as the "gravy sidewinder" or the "gristle blinder". I think that the net should be replaced by a bucket of sauce, therefore covering the ball in gooey stuff, making the game more exciting. Of course, the winners will get to eat the ball. Ew...can u imagine the dirtiness of it after the game!? :p
squiffyboy, Oct 09 2002

       You could carve ham sculptures out of these too.
Gulherme, Oct 10 2002

       Ham it up at the bowling alley while resizing the grip
thumbwax, Oct 10 2002

       Outer layer to inner layer, ham - lamb - turkey - beef - chicken with a liquid cheese center, ofcorse every meat layer will be surrounded by the appropriate herbs and stuffings.
Gulherme, Oct 10 2002

       // Dons flameproof suit, knocks vigorously on the door to 8/7s bomb shelter. //   

       < Hears knocking, puts down recipe book ("To Serve Man"). Puts fava beans on stove, opens bottle of nice Chianti>
8th of 7, Oct 10 2002

       Silence of the...?
Jinbish, Oct 10 2002

       I'm all for golf ball sized ham balls. Maybe precooked and in little gold and black (chocolate candy) like wrapper. Unwrap, pop in mouth and enjoy. Why not. Can I get a begal with that?   

       Wait, isn't that wat McDon's does. I think they get their ham in little spam like balls then just flatten them on the grill.
clafever, Jan 22 2004


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