Old Fashioned Ham Bone Soup

Old Fashioned Ham Bone Soup

Any time I bake a ham, I like to make soup with the bone, but if that ham is made in the late spring, say for Easter or Mother’s Day, you’ll probably want an option that is a little lighter than some of the traditional bean, pea or cheesy potato soups. How about a soup like Old Fashioned Ham Bone Soup? It can be made on the stove top or in the Instant Pot.

Old Fashioned Ham Bone Soup

Old Fashioned Ham Bone Soup

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Honey Mustard Glazed Ham

Honey Mustard Glazed Ham

There are just a handful of holidays at our house that are graced with a ham. Sometimes Thanksgiving, often Christmas, maybe a holiday party, Easter for sure, and now and then, Mother’s Day. That’s where this Honey Mustard Glazed Ham is coming in.

Honey Mustard Glazed Ham

Honey Mustard Glazed Ham – look at that gorgeous glaze!

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Gabure French Bean Stew

Gabure French Bean Stew

When I first heard of Gabure French Bean Stew, I just knew I had to try to make it myself. I can get pretty excited by a recipe, even if it’s for something I’ve never heard of or tried before. Gabure is one of those recipes. You’re not alone if you have to ask what Gabure is! At least I had to ask. Ask my friend, Google, that is…

Gabure French Bean Stew

Gabure French Bean Stew

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Simon Pearce Quechee Quiche

Simon Pearce Quechee Quiche

We are having “Arctic Chill.” It got ccccold last night and right now it’s minus 11. And I have no right to complain because I live in Minnesota, but we’ve been so spoiled this year it’s a shock. We Minnesotans know that a real Arctic Chill can be 34 to 35 below, so there’s that. Maybe we’re actually lucky. But today I feel particularly lucky because I don’t have to go anywhere and I have a piece of Simon Pearce Quechee Quiche I’m going to have for breakfast!

Simon Pearce Quechee Quiche

Simon Pearce Quechee Quiche – it’s a little puffy out of the oven but it settles a bit

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