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Hello, everyone! So as you very well know, the holidays are quickly creeping up on us. Today, as I write this post, it has dawned on me that it is actually Halloween. Now, my town had trick-or-treating over the weekend so that is is why I forgot. It doesn’t feel like Halloween because it felt like Halloween on Saturday. Get my drift? Anyway, my point is, is that Thanksgiving will soon be here followed by Christmas. Wowser!
I’m already planning my holiday menus because that’s what any good woman does when she knows she will be feeding a crowd the size of a small island. When i saw this recipe for glazed ham i gasped at how easy it was to make. The ham is already fully cooked so all you need to do is glaze it and heat it. easy peasy, right? Right! If you have a large roaster that you can sit on the counter I’d suggest using it so that your oven can remain freed up for holiday side dishes.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Ree Drummond.
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