[shoo g-er-kyoo rd]
- (especially of ham or bacon) cured in a mixture of sugar, salt, and sodium nitrate or sodium nitrite.
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Examples from the Web for sugar-cured
I dined with one last night, a sugar-cured ham magnate from Chicago.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
It is to be published on sugar-cured oilskin, the edition to be limited to two numbered copies—one for me and one for the ashcan.Bizarre
Those of Bayonne are the peers of their class, not forgetting even the sugar-cured variety of the Old Dominion.Castles and Chateaux of Old Navarre and the Basque Provinces
Myers sugar-cured each piece, smoked it, and sewed it in canvas.Life and Adventures of 'Billy' Dixon
For sugar-cured hams we append the best recipe we have ever used, though troublesome.