I like to serve this juicy, mouthwatering Thanksgiving ham with mashed potatoes and colorful vegetables. The apricot glaze is delicious, and the pineapple and cloves assure a truly lovely presentation. —Diane Freeman, Falkland, British Columbia
The Holidays are here! (yay) My all time most favorite time of the year! I love the feeling, the food and my family! I am bringing you a recipe that my family raves about every holiday! . I'm not sure what type of magic happens to the ham in this crock pot, but its seriously incredible! I got this ham, shown above. Pre-cooked and sliced spiral. . . This slow cooker method not only saves your oven space, but it also results in the most fall-apart tender and flavorful ham EVER. . . . Once…
Because of its simple ingredient list, easy preparation and unbeatable flavor, this baked ham is one you'll come to rely on often. The honey-bourbon glaze not only looks lovely, but also helps to seal in the meat's juices. —Jean Adams, Waycross, Georgia
This St. Paul Hamline United Methodist Church ham loaf recipe dates from 1930 and has been served at the church dining hall on the fairgrounds ever since. (From Minnesota State Fair: An Illustrated History, by Kathryn Strand Koutsky & Linda Koutsky, 2007.)
Vintage Ham Loaf Recipe Clipping - This recipe was clipped from the Successful Farming Magazine and was published in 1955, it was found in a large collection. I’ve typed it below along with a scanned copy.