Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere-mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham invite you to put their savory skills to the test with today's Groupon: $25 for $50 worth of gourmet meats and café fare at HoneyBaked Ham. This deal is valid for in-store purchases and only at the Omaha or Lincoln location.
After centuries of grasping for a unified field theory of baked meats, the food scientists working at HoneyBaked have at last forged a technological breakthrough that translates the preparation and juicy satisfaction of a succulent ham into a tender, lean turkey breast. Each fully cooked turkey breast ($22.48-$26.97) serves eight to ten people (or one unfrozen Viking). Other selections in HoneyBaked Ham's carnivorous cornucopia include the slow-roasted barbecue pork roast ($19.99-$24.99) and the babyback ribs ($40.95), which come slathered in sweet, tangy sauce. Of course there is also the eponymous HoneyBaked Ham ($29+), a heaping helping of hog smoked to perfection and glazed in store with the company's secret recipe of fairy dust and the sweet dreams of unicorn foals. Fill your selected meat's dance card with a slue of winning sides, or ask a dapper dessert to escort it home.
Should you prefer your land-meat wrapped in a cozy blanket of carbs, HoneyBaked Ham also offers delicious deli eats, such as the HoneyBaked Ham Signature on marble rye ($5.49) or the hot Turkey Bacon Blitz on a ciabatta roll ($5.99). The café also offers salads, sides, and soups, many of which include HoneyBaked meats. Feed your summer party guests without spending any precious potato-sack-racing time in the kitchen. Or you can plan ahead for Codependence Day (the first weekend in August) with an effortless barbecue pork roast to go with your annual celebration of putting that ungrateful houseplant's needs ahead of your own.
Across four decades and three generations, the Hoenselaar family has prepared its signature bone-in hams the same way—marinating them in secret spices and smoking them at length over a special blend of hardwood chips. At each of HoneyBaked Ham Co.'s 400 locations, specialized machinery invented by founder Harry J. Hoenselaar himself carves each haunch into a perfect, thin-cut spiral. Slices then fill sandwiches such as the croissant-swaddled Ham Classic, or join other meats on the likes of the toasted Ham & Turkey Bella, which hoists swiss cheese, banana peppers, and balsamic vinaigrette between cibatta bread. The correlation between pork consumption and out-of-control parties has not slipped past the notice of the HoneyBaked chefs, who also offer catering platters and party trays for 10 or more people.