There are a number of holidays were we loooove to eat ham. Ham is delicious, with a salty flavor that pairs perfect with all the hundreds of holiday sides we love to serve. However, ham is also BIG and can take hours to bake...and then it often dries out. What if I told you you could cook a ham in about a half an hour? A nice big ham, not dried out, in a pressure cooker for 7 minutes! You'll never go back. Pressure cooker ham is the way to go! Let me show you how I do it in my instant . . .
We are excited to be participating in Taste of Spain with Ralphs! A Taste of Spain is campaign Ralphs is running online and in stores! You can stop by any of their locations to taste test, but if you don't live by a Ralphs you can head to this Taste of Spain website for delicious Spanish Recipes and Tips and Tricks on how to cook like true Spaniards in your home! After spending a lot of time researching Spanish culture, food and recipes I was excited to try some of their most popular foods. . . .
Have you ever made your own ham glaze? If not, it's time to give it a try! Making a homemade ham glaze is so easy and chance are you have all the ingredients for this glaze in your cupboards now. I'll also let you in on a little tip to getting a nice thick glaze on that ham! For this glaze, I used pineapple juice, brown sugar, and seasonings. I was cooking for a large group that included children so chose to keep it simple and sweet. Sweet pairs amazingly with a savory ham! I was really . . .
This is a perfect breakfast for Father's Day! Make the night before and pop in the over in the morning. You'll be left with a hearty, gourmet breakfast. The combo of the potatoes, cheese, ham, and eggs are the perfect combination. Farmer’s Casserole 3 cups frozen shredded hash brown potatoes3/4 cup shredded monterey Jack Cheese with Jalapenos or shredded cheddar cheese1 cup deli honey ham or canadian bacon1/4 cup sliced green onions (2)4 . . .