Easter: a holiday which deems it socially acceptable to cook your loved ones an entire ham.
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"Most people serve lamb or ham at the Easter meal," says Food & Wine's Tina Ujlaki. "Sure you can have both, but you don't want to have a very heavy meal that's going to send you straight to bed afterward."
Any holiday that revolves around an centerpiece dish (ahem, turkey) can be stressful. Easter is all about the ham. Unfortunately, preparing this piece...
Have you ever wondered what makes ham pink? Whether you buy a ham with or without the bone, the kind pressed into a tight cylindrical form, or a spira...
A true ham is a rear leg of a hog from hip to knee. Most have a bone in it, but some are boneless. Sounds simple, right? I wish.
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