"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Sunday, January 29, 2012


A ham just keeps on giving........

I'm a purist when it comes to a baked ham.  
I don't like glazes. 
And there is enough moisture in a ham that there is no need to add any liquid to the pan.

The ham goes into a 325°F, covered and is baked until tender.  
Approximately 20 minutes per pound. 

Ham Dinner

 With savoy cabbage cooked in butter and with onions and garlic

Potato gratin with sauteed onions, 
cooked in chicken broth and seasoned with fresh thyme.

Next up is Breakfast

 For Moe
Fried Ham and 'over easy' Eggs

And for Me
A Toasted Ham Sandwich


I've also made ham salad sandwich spread.  
Basically minced ham with sweet relish and Hellman's Mayo.


And I still have the Ham Bone 
which will be used this week 
in either a pot of baked beans 
or a pot of bean soup



  1. Wonderful, versatile ham, and you have perfected it to perfect multiple use. In other words, beautiful post on a common ham!!! Thanks. Susan

  2. I feel like I am in a Great Food Resto.
    Home Cooking..

    We love ham..we should eat it more often~

  3. What time is dinner? Oh my, I was not hungry and now I could eat it all up, each photograph looks divine!

  4. I enjoy ham and all of the meals that follow! Looks as though you had many deliciou.s meals

  5. Maureen, MilwaukeeSunday, January 29, 2012

    I love ham and yet never have it - the rest of the family doesn't agree. This looks phenomenal. Lucky you to have such a dinne - and leftovers!

  6. Ham and scalloped potatoes are meant to be together!

  7. Gosh...I just want to come to your house and eat nonstop!
    So yummy ....everything you make!


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