Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
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This caramelized brown sugar and apricot glazed ham is studded with whole cloves and will fill your kitchen with a wonderfully rich and spicy aroma.
It's easy to make a ham glaze. Give this one a try and you'll see. Simple and delicious!
Brown sugar and red-wine vinegar glaze this traditional Easter ham. Mint lends coolly aromatic appeal.
The spice-rubbed ham roasts in a port and citrus sauce, then is glazed with an apricot and citrus mixture, making a spectacular main dish for your holiday meal.
Need a holiday recipe that's quick and easy? This is it! The prep time for this spectacular ham is just 15 minutes.
Make your traditional baked ham for Easter dinner with a new sweet glaze. This recipe gives you a choice of plum, maple-pecan, or cranberry.
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.
Simplify your holiday dinner by planning it around this easy ham recipe. A can of whole cranberry sauce with a few flavorful embellishments makes a tasty and attractive glaze for a boneless 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.
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.
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?
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).
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.
Apart from its religious connotations, Easter is also a celebration of spring and renewal, full of pastel colors, cheerfully dyed eggs, newborn chicks, and tiny, soft bunnies. The traditional Easter meal echoes those themes with dishes meant to represent the bounty of springtime. Here, you'll find flavors that are bright and lively.
Christmas is delightful for all kinds of reasons--glittering decorations, time with loved ones, the gifts (!)--but for many of us, the best part of the season is the food. The entire month of December is filled with amazing dishes, from delicate party appetizers to heaping trays of Christmas cookies at family gatherings.
What a ham! Literally. It's the meat that commands center stage, so you want a bit of a show-off.