Christmas Honey Baked Ham with Pineapple -- A Retro Recipe
A honey baked ham with pineapple and brown sugar glaze is the perfect easy dish to make for holiday entertaining. This Christmas recipe reminds me so much of being a kid and smelling ham cooking in the oven while I played with my toys that Santa brought me.
My mom would always make this type of ham for the holidays, and it is as good today as it was back then. It's such a special treat because when else do you ever think to make a ham?
I had an early Christmas dinner this past weekend with some family and friends and everyone went crazy over the ham. It's simple to make and it looks so beautiful with the golden pineapple slices on top. I guarantee that if you make this ham it will be a hit for your holiday dinner and everyone will want to know how you did it. Just tell them that you made it with love, and a little help from your friend Sugar.
Have a Merry Christmas and God Bless!
Fully cooked bone in smoked ham (any weight) 1 cup ginger ale 2 cups brown sugar
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the start to the holiday season, which means it's the best time for twin sisters, chefs, and cookbook authors Joy & Judy to break out their favorite healthy holiday recipes! In the latest episode of the HooplaHa Original series Twin Sisters, Love & Cooking!, the saucy sisters of healthy twists prepare their fall favorite…. the Hearty Autumn Stew!
Judy and Joy's cooking dream started in 2009 when they entered and won a Food Network contest, but their world shifted in 2012 when Judy was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. Now 3 years as a survivor, Judy and Joy have re-focused their cooking and put healthy twists on the family favorite recipes they grew up with. "When you're going through chemo, you're supposed to eat healthy. I was craving all the traditional recipes that my mom used to cook for me. So, we had to make all the traditional recipes healthier!" said Judy. Their unique approach to cooking and their dynamic personalities quickly turned the twins into TV talk shows' favorite sister chefs!