Antique Mall find: $30
I saw it and immediately knew I wanted it.
When I saw the price, I picked it up and ran to the counter.
I love it.
I had put this ham in the crock pot earlier that morning.
This recipe is SO GOOD!!
Way better than I anticipated.
Crock Pot Ham
7-lb fully cooked, sliced ham
1 can of pineapple rings with juice
1 can of pineapple tidbits with juice
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup maple syrup
Spray your crock with non-stick spray and place the unwrapped ham inside. Pour pineapples and juice over the ham, sprinkle on the brown sugar, and pour the maple syrup over all (I used IHOP sugar-free pancake syrup because that's all I had. Cover and cook on low 5 hours. Remove the ham from the crock...
And save the "gravy" in a bowl.
OMG, so good!
The Captain had six of these little sammies and made himself sick.
We saved a bunch of ham in the fridge for dinners and used the bone and the rest of the ham for this soup. If you can find this where you live, the recipe on the back for this soup is GREAT. Don't add salt. There's a little flavoring packet that comes inside the package of beans that has plenty of salt in it. They carry this at Super Wal-Mart by the rest of the dry beans. It makes a big pot full of wonderful soup. I always use my crock pot for it too. After soaking and draining the beans, I cook on high for 5 hours, and then two more hours on high after I add the tomatoes and rest of ingredients. Don't forget the lemon juice! I swear that's the secret ingredient.
I got a lot done on my blue and white doily yesterday too.