|Dish Type||Old-Fashioned Dish|
|Where to Make||Improved Kitchen|
|Selling Price||450 Glims|
Honey Ham is an old-fashioned dish in Spiritfarer that uses pork and honey as ingredients.
What You Need
In order to make this dish, you will need a few things:
- Improved Kitchen
- 1 Pork
- 1 Honey
You can get the blueprint for the kitchen improvement via Atul’s “Big Stove” request, where he will ask you to upgrade your kitchen for him. This improvement allows you to cook dishes with two ingredients.
Where To Get Pork
Pork is exclusively sold at Raccoon Shops, and there are three branches that sell it for 150 Glims each.
These shop locations are:
If you’re looking for the quickest route, head to the island of Furogawa, since that location requires no prior ship upgrades to reach.
Where To Get Honey
There are currently two ways to acquire honey in Spiritfarer:
- Get it as a reward from one of Francis’ errands
- Harvest from a Beehive in your Field
The first option is the quicker route. This includes visiting Francis for his “Honey, I Shrunk the Fishes” request.
Completing this errand requires you to catch these fish:
- 1 Albacore Tuna
- 1 Bluefin Tuna
- 1 Yellowfin Tuna
Note that tunas are the hardest fishes to catch in the game, and fishing locations for these are marked all over the map. The errand will reward you with 5,000 Glims and 5 honeys you can use for the dish.
For the second option (the Beehive), visit the island of Overbrook and look for the spirit Jackie to get her onto your ship. But unlike other spirits, this process is directly linked with Daria. So expect this route to be longer (assuming you don’t already have Jackie onboard).
Once Jackie’s on the ship, follow his questline until you get the “Feeling the Buzz” request.
This unlocks the Beehive upgrade for your Field, which will allow you to harvest honey.
Cooking Honey Ham
Once you have both honey and pork, put them in the kitchen oven to start cooking.
A timer will appear, and your dish will be ready right after the timer counts down. Remember that once a dish is cooked, leaving it inside the oven for an extended period afterwards can lead to burnt food.
Once it’s cooked, you can serve Honey Ham to these spirits:
But if you don’t have any spirits who want it, you can also sell this dish to Raccoon Shops for 450 Glims each.