Unlike a sand witch, a sandwich doesn’t have the power to turn men into sand and sand into poisoned glass. Let a sandwich cast a devastating spell on hunger pains with today’s Groupon to The HoneyBaked Ham Co.. Choose between the following options:
- For $4, you get a meal for one (a $7.47 value without tax) that includes:
- A classic sandwich (a $4.89 value)
- A side (a $1.29 value)
A cookie (a $1.29 value)<p>
- For $7, you get a meal for two (a $14.94 value without tax) that includes:
- Two classic sandwiches (a $4.89 value each)
- Two sides (a $1.29 value each)
- Two cookies (a $1.29 value each)
HoneyBaked Ham serves up succulent slices of meat, lovingly roasted, smoked, and otherwise coaxed into deliciousness. Its classic sandwiches pile poultry, beef, and ham between bread bookends for a quick and quality meal. Barnyard-based sandwiches include the HoneyBaked Ham Classic, featuring the meat magnate’s signature honey-crusted ham and a creamy honey-mustard sauce. The Turkey Bacon Blitz matches the Thanksgiving mascot with cheddar cheese and savory sauce atop a fresh ciabatta roll. Veggie sandwiches are also available for farmers attempting to dodge cows’ blackmail threats. Choose a side item to accompany the classic sandwich on its digestive journey, including potato salad, pasta salad, or a fruit cup, and munch on an edible epilogue to your tale with one of HoneyBaked Ham’s fresh-baked cookies.
HoneyBaked Ham & Cafe Company
Harry Hoenselaar owes his success to sheer perseverance. After leaving his small Midwestern hometown for Detroit, he was hired as a salesman for the HoneyBaked Ham & Cafe Company. Relying on his knack for slicing ham on the bone, he found success at the company, but he was hungry for more. One night in 1936, he began toying with the idea for a machine that could uniformly slice bone-in ham. The next day, he devised a primitive prototype with a tire jack, pie tin, washing-machine motor, knife, and a pinch of magical elf dust. Over the next eight years, he worked to perfect his invention—building and testing variations—and filed for multiple patents, but time after time, he was rejected.
Discouraged, he took a job to support his family and set his dream aside—until 1957. The widow of his former employer rang him to offer HoneyBaked Ham & Cafe Company to him for $500. He seized the opportunity, and the first HoneyBaked Ham & Cafe Company store opened its doors in October of that year. After enjoying years of incredible success, Harry passed away in 1974—but his legacy and the business still flourish thanks to his children and grandchildren. The seed of his idea led to more than 400 retail locations sprouting up across the nation, their dedicated staffs slicing up tender, honey-baked ham while serving sandwiches and sides.