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I'm baking the ham today. Here's my recipe. It's my all time
favorite.

http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ney-bakedq-ham

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On 2013-03-30, ImStillMags wrote:

Gotta make the pineapple au gratin to go with that ham.



OMG! I got one ham left and forgot all about Jezebel sauce. That's
what I'm gonna do with this ham. Thanks for the reminder.

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On 30 Mar 2013 20:04:11 GMT, notbob wrote:

On 2013-03-30, ImStillMags wrote:

Gotta make the pineapple au gratin to go with that ham.



OMG! I got one ham left and forgot all about Jezebel sauce. That's
what I'm gonna do with this ham. Thanks for the reminder.

nb


Yippie, thanks for reminder about the Jezebel sauce, I forgot about it
too.

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On Mar 30, 11:53*am, Cheryl wrote:
On 3/30/2013 2:12 PM, ImStillMags wrote:

On Mar 30, 10:35 am, ImStillMags wrote:
I'm baking the ham today. * Here's my recipe. * It's my all time
favorite.


http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ney-bakedq-ham


Gotta make the pineapple au gratin to go with that ham.


http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ineapple-au-gr...


Thanks for the Pineapple au gratin recipe again, I think I'll try that
this year. *If you were to sub a different cheese for the cheddar, what
would you use, or is that combination the "best"?

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I like the cheddar the best. There is just something about that
combination that 'clicks'.


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Yippie, thanks for reminder about the Jezebel sauce, I forgot about it
too.



They should make a 'baking ham' aerosol spray, that smell is killing
me, I want ham NOW!


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On 3/30/2013 4:52 PM, ImStillMags wrote:


I like the cheddar the best. There is just something about that
combination that 'clicks'.


I just had a forkful to taste it and OMG it is so good. This will be a
hit I'm sure. I'm usually not open minded about savory and sweet, but
the first taste was savory, then it blends to just a little sweet. It
was so good I had to have another forkful. Have to save it for
everyone else tomorrow. lol

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On Mar 30, 7:48*pm, Cheryl wrote:
On 3/30/2013 4:52 PM, ImStillMags wrote:



I like the cheddar the best. * There is just something about that
combination that 'clicks'.


I just had a forkful to taste it and OMG it is so good. *This will be a
hit I'm sure. *I'm usually not open minded about savory and sweet, but
the first taste was savory, then it blends to just a little sweet. *It
was so good I had to have another forkful. * Have to save it for
everyone else tomorrow. *lol

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Told ya !!!! :-)

I just finished slicing up and portioning out the rest of that ham.
The ham bone with a goodly portion of meat is going in the freezer for
future use. This one turned out so well, it's very tender.

I baked it at 225 for two hours, covered. I siphoned off and
discarded all the watery juices that came out during those two hours,
you would not believe how much there was. It was 2 inches deep in the
pan. Then I left it uncovered and basted it for another 2.5 hours at
300.

It was just moist enough, not watery, not tough ,not dry and the crust
is ...wow. I took the drippings from the last baking part combined
with the basting juices and cooled it, skimmed the fat off and that
was the sauce to go with the ham. Dang, I did good.

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Sitara wrote:

I'm baking the ham today. Here's my recipe. It's my all time
favorite.

http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ney-bakedq-ham


Gotta make the pineapple au gratin to go with that ham.

http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...pple-au-gratin


Lin and I did the same thing; thanks for the recipes!

Our full menu was:

Deviled Eggs
Asparagus with butter
Baked Ham
Pineapple au Gratin
Cornbread
Potato Salad
Coleslaw with Peanut Mayo

We were also going to have sweet potatoes, but Lin roasted a butternut
squash instead... then we forgot to put it on the table.

Bob

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Sitara wrote:
I'm baking the ham today. * Here's my recipe. * It's my all time
favorite.


http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ney-bakedq-ham


Gotta make the pineapple au gratin to go with that ham.


http://hizzoners.com/index.php/recip...ineapple-au-gr...


Lin and I did the same thing; thanks for the recipes!

Our full menu was:

Deviled Eggs
Asparagus with butter
Baked Ham
Pineapple au Gratin
Cornbread
Potato Salad
Coleslaw with Peanut Mayo

We were also going to have sweet potatoes, but Lin roasted a butternut
squash instead... then we forgot to put it on the table.

Bob


Don't you just love Easter menus! Can't go wrong with a good ham.

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On 4/1/2013 8:27 PM, Bob Terwilliger wrote:

Lin and I did the same thing; thanks for the recipes!

Our full menu was:

Deviled Eggs
Asparagus with butter
Baked Ham
Pineapple au Gratin


This turned out so good, but no one wanted to take home the leftovers
even though they ate it at dinner. I got to keep the 2-3 servings
leftover. I insisted someone take the chocolate covered pretzels by
threatening to throw them in the trash. I think I got my family
thinking about carbs. Also found out there are two family members on my
mom's side that had/have type 2 diabetes. Never knew that.

Cornbread
Potato Salad
Coleslaw with Peanut Mayo


What is peanut mayo?


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