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da Bears root beer ham

McKevinMcKevin Posts: 47
edited 2:07PM in EggHead Forum
I've lost the recipe & would like to do one for Thanksgiving. Any chance someone still has it & would be willing to share??[p]Thanks!
Kevin

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  • ChefRDChefRD Posts: 438
    McKevin,
    I remember seeing da'Bears recipe but I don't have it saved but maybe this place has something you can use. This looks pretty interesting too and I'm sure you could use the Egg instead of an oven, even tho it was not meant for grilling. :)
    later,
    ChefRD[p]

  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    ChefRD,
    This mo betta!

    [ul][li]Root beer ham[/ul]
  • That looks very much like what I remember of Mikes. I'll give it a shot for Thursday.[p]Thanks![p]
  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    JJ,

    [ul][li]Root Beer Ham[/ul]
  • JJJJ Posts: 951
    McKevin,
    Root Beer Glazed Ham[p]Ingredients
    1/2 tsp. dry mustard
    3/4 cup dark brown sugar
    2 12-ounce bottles Barq's root beer
    1 1/2 Tbs. pepper jelly
    1 bay leaf
    1 1/2 Tbs. Tabasco Caribbean style steak sauce
    6 cloves
    1 stick cinnamon
    Peel and juice of one-half an orange
    Peel of half a lemon[p][p]Directions
    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.[p]1. Place the ham in a broiling pan and cut shallow gashes in a criss-cross pattern across the top half. Combine the brown sugar and the dry mustard and pat it all over the ham. Put the ham in the oven.[p]2. Combine all the other ingredients in a saucepan. Bring the mixture to a boil, then lower to a simmer, and cook until the liquid volume is reduced to about one cup. Strain.[p]3. Spoon some of the glaze over the top of the ham. Spoon more glaze, at 15-minute intervals, until it's all used up. Try to get some glaze on all parts of the ham. Continue baking until the ham reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees on a meat thermometer. Remove from the oven and allow to rest for one hour before carving.[p][p]Source
    Inside New Orleans (www.insideneworleans.com)[p]

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