Kelly the Culinarian: Happy Easter from Kelly the Culinarian!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Happy Easter from Kelly the Culinarian!

OK, so I'm a little late on the pickup. Easter is one of the meals my family usually eats on the fancy china that we then spend two hours washing and drying afterward. This year, we stuck with the classics.

First, we have the ham. It's just not Easter without ham. This was a spiral-cut, precooked ham from Sam's Club that we're subsequently still munching on. A great glaze for ham is equal parts honey and Dijon mustard. Yum!

Then, of course, green beans and cheesy potatoes. I'm not sure what's in the cheesy potatoes and I'm sure that's for the best.

So wondering what you do with all that ham? Simple. As an omelet add-in, chopped into salads and on sandwiches. We may also use it for baked beans and soups later in the week. Leftovers are your friend.

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