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Since getting married, my husband informed me that he likes turkey more than ham. So we now buy turkey from the deli instead of the usual ham I grew up with. I do not mind because I truly like all the options, but I miss ham every now and then and will even stop by Subway to pick up a ham and cheese sub to satisfy that little ham craving I get every now and then. It is not like I cannot live without ham, I just really enjoy it every now and then.The kind of ham I really like is a good old fashioned honey spiral ham like the kind you get at Christmas parties. It is thick, juicy and is stuck to the bone. The honey brown sugar coating on it is delicious and I love keeping any leftovers to throw in some soups such as split pea.
Now, the little problem with this ham is that it takes forever to make and occupies my oven for quite a while, which is kind of annoying.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, I have found the solution to that: slow cooker honey ham. It is juicy and delicious, just as if it were out of the oven!
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Quick Tip: Baste every thirty minutes to ensure a juicy ham.