Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Kalua Ham

Unless you're Hawaiian, you've never had ham this good! This is the easiest way to prepare it too!
Take your ham (I usually do a 4-6 pound ham, but you can do it with any size), remove it from it's packaging and rise well with water. Wrap the entire ham in a few layers of tin foil. It needs to be well wrapped so the juices don't escape.

Bake on 225 degrees for 6-8 hours. When it comes out of the oven. Remove the tin foil and flake it apart with 2 forks. Serve warm.

Seriously, that's it! No seasoning, just a piece of ham in oven. Awesome!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Party Food: Apple Mustard Glazed Kielbasa

This is an east-coast recipe from my cousin Tom!
This is an awesome party food that is a great crowd pleaser. Even better, it can stay in a crock-pot and be eaten all throughout the party or big game!

2 pkgs Kielbasa
1 jar Apple Jelly
3 tablespoons Dijon Mustard

Cut up Kielbasa and brown in a saute pan. Put kielbasa on paper towels to drain fat after it's been browned. Put in a crock pot with jelly and mustard. Cook on low for 1-2 hours. Serve warm.