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How to Cook Honey Glazed Spiral Sliced Ham + Video
Dec02

How to Cook Honey Glazed Spiral Sliced Ham + Video

Honey Glazed Spiral Sliced Ham makes a great Christmas dinner entrée that is fantastic as a main dish, or served along with your Christmas turkey. This is a sweet and delicious ham that is very simple to prepare and, best of all, the slicing is already done. These fabulously flavored ham slices, will enhance your holiday table. This spiral sliced ham comes with a packet containing the already prepared honey glaze and cooking...

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How to Cook Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Ham + Video
Nov16

How to Cook Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Ham + Video

When you use this recipe for How to Cook Napa Valley Blackberry Ginger Balsamic Ham, you will be accepting compliments from guests and family. When we have had about all the turkey we can eat during the Holidays, nothing hits the spot better than a delicious ham. This fabulous 9 1/2 pound hickory smoked ham shank portion is gorgeous and I can hardly wait to taste it. Tender & juicy with a delectable flavor of blackberry &...

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How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney + Video
Sep03

How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney + Video

Once you make burgers using this recipe How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney, you will want to share it with your friends. We have found this to be one of our favorite ways to kick things up and making simple hamburgers into an culinary experience. The burgers are savory and juicy, the filling is a slightly salty, gooey cheese surprise and to top it off, the Haskapa Chutney is pure heaven –...

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Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Vinegar Co. Champagne Pear Vinegar
Jul17

Web Chef Review: Napa Valley Vinegar Co. Champagne Pear Vinegar

Napa Valley Vinegar Co. Champagne Pear Vinegar is as delicious as it sounds, and just as versatile. This beautiful, yellow-colored vinegar is made with white wine vinegar and true pear purée so the flavor is full of the essence and bits of pears. When you open the bottle the smell of pears is the first thing you notice and this lovely vinegar goes so well on a salad, as a marinade, on chicken, veal, beef or fish. I used it on a...

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How to BBQ Hickory Smoked Apple Ginger Ham + Video: Cooking Adventures with Kimberly
Apr04

How to BBQ Hickory Smoked Apple Ginger Ham + Video: Cooking Adventures with Kimberly

This fantastic recipe for BBQ Hickory Smoked Apple Ginger Ham offers a completely new take on cooking & enhancing the flavors of ham. It’s always nice to try something different from the way you normally prepare your ham. I’m using a precooked, smoked ham weighing about 1.7 lbs, and cooking it to an internal temperature of 140 degrees – about 10 minutes per lb, despite the directions on the package recommending...

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How to Grill Maple Sugar Ham Wrapped Asparagus + Video
Apr02

How to Grill Maple Sugar Ham Wrapped Asparagus + Video

This Grilled Maple Sugar Ham Wrapped Asparagus is a quick, delicious dish, ideal for appetizers, side dishes or an unusual tidbit for a party or shower. I like to cook these wraps on the barbeque, but if the weather is inclement, they can be grilled in your oven. How to Cook Grilled Maple Sugar Ham Wrapped Asparagus: Such an impressive presentation for family & friends! Tip: Make sure you wash and rinse the asparagus in advance....

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How to Bake Ham Pasties + Video
Jan18

How to Bake Ham Pasties + Video

My sister made these delicious Ham Pasties & I enjoyed them so much that I have added them to my list of favorite recipes. When I cook a ham, I usually save a few cupfuls of ham to make pasties. How to Bake Ham Pasties: My recipe, using 2 cupfuls of finely diced ham yields about 2 1/2 dozen pasties. Served with a side salad, these pasties could be a main dish. Type: Pastry Recipe Serve: with breakfast, lunch or dinner, or as an...

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A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce
Jan12

A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce

Super Bowl XLVIII is around the corner on February 2nd, 2014, and you will find hot sauce on tables around the globe! Any self-respecting foodie that’s tailgating on Super Bowl Sunday has to have hot sauce in abundance for this event… Hot sauce is a condiment of champions. It’s hot, spicy goodness spiked with flavor & high octane, goes perfectly in breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as savory beverages. Whether...

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How to Cook Hickory Smoked Ham Shank + Video
Dec30

How to Cook Hickory Smoked Ham Shank + Video

It’s the Holiday season & we’re still celebrating with this gorgeous Hickory Smoked Ham Shank! Don’t be afraid of these large cuts of meat. They may take a while to cook to your liking, but hams are easy to cook. Now, don’t just think it has to be a Holiday to cook ham…this is a great dish to make on a weekend, and then use the leftover ham during the week! A really tasty time saver for breakfast,...

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National Eat Country Ham Month: What It Is & How to Cook It
Oct01

National Eat Country Ham Month: What It Is & How to Cook It

National Eat Country Ham Month affords us the opportunity to make something ever-so-tasty, it makes my mouth water just talking about it! Country ham is often referred to as Kentucky, Tennessee or Virginia ham. It is very salty, as it is dry cured. So, when cooking, it first needs to be soaked and then simmered for some time. How to Cook Country Ham: Type: Main Dish Recipe Serve with: scalloped potatoes & green beans Prep Time: 15...

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How to Cook Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets
Sep27

How to Cook Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets

A steaming platter of Savory Ham & Mushroom Tartlets gives you a true Fall feeling. These little tidbits use any sliced bread rolled out and cut into rounds for your crust. They are lower in calories & fat, as well as much less work than making tartlet shells out of pastry dough. This recipe can be used as an appetizer or hors d’oeuvres, but you may end up eating a bunch of them for a meal because they are so good. A...

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How to Cook Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet
Jan19

How to Cook Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet

If you don’t know how to make an omelet, it is one of the most versatile breakfast recipes there is because you can vary the ingredients so much! Today, I’m showing you all How to Cook a Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet. Shout out goes to my girls from Alpha Beta Pie – This show is an episode of “Cooking Like Alpha Beta Pie with Kimberly Edwards”. This is a great way to beat a hangover on...

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How to Cook Apricot Honey Ham
Jan19

How to Cook Apricot Honey Ham

This recipe for Apricot Honey Ham is really easy, really tasty and really inexpensive to create. Whether you are a starving college student, you’re looking for a new way to serve ham over the Holidays, or need a fast weeknight dinner, this is a great recipe to hold on to. Type: Main Dish Serve With: tasty side dishes Prep Time: 5 min Cook Time: 8-10 minutes per pound The ingredients & instructions are listed below the video...

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