Definitions

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  • noun meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If you're really feeling indulgent, try the "Gourmet Sandwich," which includes paté, a French-style cured ham called jambon, a couple of different kinds of cured pork, and peppered ham.

    Austinist

  • If you're really feeling indulgent, try the "Gourmet Sandwich," which includes paté, a French-style cured ham called jambon, a couple of different kinds of cured pork, and peppered ham.

    Austinist

  • Sure "jambon" makes the ingredient list of their quintessential sandwich, the accidental creation of 19th-century workers who left their ham-and-cheese lunches by a radiator.

    Beth Perry: Croque Notes: Stalking the Best Croque-Monsieur in Paris

  • Coffee and chocolate were already made hot; cream and new-laid eggs were added to the treat, and M. Emanuel, always generous, would have given a large order for "jambon" and "confitures" in addition, but that some of us, who presumed perhaps upon our influence, insisted that it would be a most reckless waste of victual.

    Villette

  • also, Jabon looks a lot like the french word "jambon" meaning ham.

    A Teaching Moment

  • "I don't think so, Max", I pointed out, amused at the thought of asking the caissière whether she might "throw in" one more pack of jambon and then she'd have herself a buyer!

    Brocante / Antiques

  • Ho! It is so beautiful and cultural But I have never think to live there. jambon

    Largest Solar Powered Building in the World Unveiled in China

  • The black truffle tarama and the jambon pata negra are also well worth putting in the takeaway bag.

    10 of the best shops in Paris

  • "I don't think so, Max", I pointed out, amused at the thought of asking the caissière whether she might "throw in" one more pack of jambon and then she'd have herself a buyer!

    Brocante / Antiques

  • For this Croque Monsiuer Burger, instead of bacon, I wrap each burger in one slice of jambon de Bayonne, or, more easily found, prosciutto, which is the ham with which my favorite croque monsieur in Paris is made.

    Kerry Saretsky: Franglais: The Croque Monsieur Burger

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