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    Default Just took a ham out of the oven.

    The house smells of cloves, honey, and brown sugar. I am letting it rest, but want to take a big old bite out of it. Ummm, ham sandwiches.
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    sounds swell any chance of a pic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alacrity59 View Post
    sounds swell any chance of a pic?
    No, I wasn't thinking, I was hungry. But it was rather simple. Twenty minute per pound, covered in foil. Then, for the last half hour orso, I made a glaze of brown sugar, honey, and cloves. It smelled, and tasted, heavenly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oc_in_fw View Post
    No, I wasn't thinking, I was hungry. But it was rather simple. Twenty minute per pound, covered in foil. Then, for the last half hour orso, I made a glaze of brown sugar, honey, and cloves. It smelled, and tasted, heavenly.
    What the...? You tease!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmallen5 View Post
    What the...? You tease!
    I know, I just made the Mess Hall Santa's naughty list.
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    As I had been told countless times before "pics or it didn't happen". For all we know you baked a can of Spam in a bowl of Rootbeer..

    Sounds heavenly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentos View Post
    As I had been told countless times before "pics or it didn't happen". For all we know you baked a can of Spam in a bowl of Rootbeer..

    Sounds heavenly!

    mmmmmmm! Spam n Root Beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentos View Post
    As I had been told countless times before "pics or it didn't happen". For all we know you baked a can of Spam in a bowl of Rootbeer..

    Sounds heavenly!
    Spam floats, mmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by oc_in_fw View Post
    Spam floats, mmmm
    Ha!!
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    Went to mom's yesterday and had ham. No one else wanted the ham, so I gladly brought home a hunk that was a few pounds.

    I love me some ham leftovers.

    Fried ham and eggs, ham sandwiches...you get the idea.
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    I'm a ham lover and have converted a few folks with Alton Brown's city ham recipe. The crust/glaze is absolutely awesome. I am now the designated Christmas cook between my ham success and my homemade applesauce. My panettone, not such a hit.

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    I don't get designated, I kick people out of their kitchens.

    Ham is great but unless you walk out with the bone, its not a victory! ;)

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    [QUOTE=oc_in_fw;4719545]The house smells of cloves, honey, and brown sugar. I am letting it rest, but want to take a big oven cleaning brisbane old bite out of it. Ummm, ham sandwiches.[/QUOTE]
    That sounds awesome. Water in my mouth. My wife is out and I am waiting for good breakfast.

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    Make split pea and ham soup in a crock pot with bacon. I LOVE left over ham!
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    You can get a little more flavor in the ham if you stab the whole clove into the top before putting it in the oven. I always glaze the ham at the beginning and spoon the drippings over as it cooks.
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    Yesterday I cooked a spiral sliced ham.I used 1 1/2 cups ginger ale,3 tsp ginger paste, 1 cup orange marmalade mixed together ,one half of the mix was used as a baste.The other half I mixed with the pkg of glaze that came with the ham.That was placed in a pan in the oven and allowed to cook down.The last 30 minutes of the cook time the cooked down mix was then poured over the ham.It was great.

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    Mmmmmm. I love the first piece . . . kinda like bacon.
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