Ham has long been the traditional holiday centerpiece.
Just take a look at this Double-Glazed Spiral Sliced Bone-In Honey Ham.
There are many brands of ham available, but one quality brand to look for is Cook’s. That’s because Cook’s hams always begin with old-fashioned bone-in hams for a more natural texture and taste. They are slow-cured with natural ingredients like pure cane sugar, real honey, brown sugar and maple syrup. The hams are then smoked for hours using real hickory wood, for the perfect finish. Cook’s branded hams and other smoked meats are sold at leading supermarket chains and independent grocers across the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
My favorite part of a holiday meal is the leftovers! I can usually get pretty creative with the bits and pieces of turkey and ham that remain. The Cook’s Ham website has some fun recipes… the ham tortilla Christmas tree caught my eye. 😉 For more information on Cook’s ham and how to prepare the perfect holiday ham, please visit www.cooksham.com/HamTV.
How does a free ham sound? One reader will win a coupon for a free Cook’s ham, up to $30 in value. To enter, please leave a comment telling me about your worst holiday cooking experience. Don’t fear the ghost of holiday meals past! Martha Stewart doesn’t read my blog, so I can assure you we’ve ALL been there.
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Contest ends: December 16th, 2009 11:59 pm EST. US entries only. Leave a separate comment for each entry & a valid email address/blog URL. Winner, chosen at random, has 3 days to claim their prize.
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