"We always have ham for the holidays," shares Peg Schaefer
of Newark, Delaware. "I cube the leftovers and store them in the freezer. They are a convenient addition to macaroni and cheese, scrambled eggs and potato or bean soup."
When my husband and I first tasted this delicious ham, we were surprised to learn that the sauce included horseradish. That secret ingredient definitely is the key to its tangy taste. I serve it for Easter and Christmas.
If you think Thanksgiving turkey tastes good as a leftover, try this. The ham's wonderful served cold on a bun with hot or cold relish spooned on the top. The meat can be slices and cooked up in a soup as well or added to a green bean casserole. The only problem I've had is having leftovers to begin with!
-Vicki Tasker, Oakland, Maryland