Honey Baked Ham
Make Christmas dinner special with one of our honey-baked ham recipes. Make the honey glaze the night before, so all you have to do for Christmas dinner is bake and baste the ham -- and take in the applause at the table.See Popular Honey Baked Ham Recipes
To strike the perfect balance between salty and sweet, get the hang of how to make a honey baked ham. It's a classic holiday dish, but there's no need to save it for special occasions--it makes a satisfying dinner (with guaranteed leftovers!) any day of the year.
Make the brown sugar and orange juice glaze and prepare the ham in just 15 minutes. Then relax while it bakes in the oven.
Orange marmalade and honey pair up to make a tangy sweet sauce for a holiday ham.
Plan on using the leftover ham in sandwiches or at breakfast or brunch.
Get our best recipes for a holiday baked ham to share with your family.
Once you learn how to cook a honey-glazed ham in your own kitchen you'll find it's just as easy to make one at home as it is to make the trip to a specialty store for a pre-sliced ham with a packet of glaze. What's more, you'll find the homemade version is considerably less expensive.
Learn how to make a brown sugar honey glazed ham, and holiday meals are no longer itimidating! You can have an impressive and delicious main course without spending hours in the kitchen.
Before making your Christmas ham, ask yourself this simply question: "What is ham?" Go on, define it! Not as easy as you thought, is it? True ham is simply -- and only -- the cured hind leg of the pig -- never mind that many cuts of pork have the word "ham" in them. But here comes the hard part: figuring out all the different types of ham there are, from fresh, cured, honey-cured on down to down to smoked, aged, and even Smithfield, with lots in between. (Click for Ham: Know Your Label Lingo to read about allread more
Once you learn how to cook a country baked ham, you won't bother purchasing one at a specialty store (and specialty prices!) every again.
A good old country ham or a spiral-cut ham makes a classic centerpiece to your Christmas feast. And since it's a special meal, make your Christmas ham extraspecial as well, without spending a bundle. One way to do that is with your glaze, which can turn an ordinary piece of meat into a succulent dish with an array of subtle (and not so subtle flavors).
What a ham! Literally. It's the meat that commands center stage, so you want a bit of a show-off.
Christmas morning may get all the attention, but Christmas dinner is just as important. And, if you're a food-fanatic, dinner is actually even more significant than the gift extravaganza. We all know how fabulous ham is for the holidays (read all about it in How to Make Perfect Christmas Ham -- 10 Easy Recipes). Ham is also surprisingly easy to make. So we decided to offer you even more Christmas ham recipes, but this time we picked the fastest of the fast -- ham recipes that might convince you to change your Christmas dinner plans right now! Remember,read more
Many families have traditions when it comes to the Easter meal. Some opt for a roasted leg of lamb, others a braised beef brisket. But when it comes to ease of preparation and flavor, you really can't do much better than ham.
Easter wouldn't be the same without Deviled Eggs, Hot Cross Buns and plenty of jelly beans but no food says Easter quite like ham.
Turkey is so last month. It's time to think ham, for easy, versatile recipes that will let you sail through the rest of your holiday entertaining. Start with one of these classic recipes -- for this Brown Sugar-Glazed Ham (click here for the recipe pictured here) or a sweet and smoky Baked Country Ham (click here for the recipe) -- either of which feeds a ton of people and can be served hot or at room temperature as the stunning centerpiece of a festive breakfast, late-morning brunch, or dress-up holiday dinner. Just make sure to buy a big enoughread more
Tradition is a big part of any holiday meal. Whether you serve a ham or turkey on the big day probably has a lot to do with the tradition that was passed down to you from your family. But no matter what you put on your table, there's a wine for that! If you're serving ... Ham Probably one of the most traditional entrees, a smoked ham is usually accompanied by a sweet coating, like honey -- or cherry and pomegranate. In this case, wines with smokiness or oak aging will be the best to complement dinner.read more
Oh, honey, can we talk honey? You know, that naturally delicious nectar of the gods that you drizzle on everything from toast to tea? Well, get ready for a full-on bee in your bonnet: That stuff you're buying at the store might be bogus.