Honey Glazed Ham

Brushing a honey glaze over a freshly baked ham will leave your family and friends begging for the recipe. Try a classic honey glazed ham recipe or add a twist of flavor with recipes like honey-orange glazed ham.

How to Cook a Honey-Glazed Ham

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.

Glazed Baked Ham

Better Homes and Gardens

It's easy to make a ham glaze. Give this one a try and you'll see. Simple and delicious!

Ham with Honey-Mustard Glaze

Better Homes and Gardens

Grilling--and a honey-mustard glaze with orange juice and ginger--enhances the smoky flavor of ham.

Holiday Ham with Cider Glaze

Better Homes and Gardens

Need a new ham glaze? Try this apple-mustard version. It's super easy to make.

Ham on the Grill

Midwest Living

This honey-mustard glazed ham is cooked on the grill. It's the perfect centerpiece for any big backyard gathering.

Holiday Glazed Ham

Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Stout-Glazed Ham

Better Homes and Gardens

Plan on using the leftover ham in sandwiches or at breakfast or brunch.

Orange-Honey Glazed Ham

Better Homes and Gardens

Orange marmalade and honey pair up to make a tangy sweet sauce for a holiday ham.

How to Bake a Honey Baked Ham

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.

How to Cook Chicken Legs

While chicken breasts often get all the glory, the drumsticks and thighs hold some of the juiciest and most flavorful meat--and even better, they're inexpensive and easy to prepare. Drumsticks are also favorites among young diners since they come with a "handle" and are fun to eat. So, knowing how to cook chicken legs is an especially useful skill for anyone feeding a family.

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