It wouldn't be a holiday dinner if The Mr. and I didn't come home with an armload of leftovers.
This Thanksgiving haul: One spiced pumpkin pie, one plastic takeaway container of green bean casserole and one ham.
No, I don't mean one takeaway container of ham. We have one whole honey roasted ham. I believe it came from the HoneyBakedHam Company.
What the [stuff] am I gonna do with all that ham?! They told me it would freeze well, but why don't you try freezing half a ham with the bone still in it! All right, then, Option B: Eat it all before it spoils.
So, dinner last night was ham and cheddar sandwiches on whole wheat baguette (courtesy of my sister, who works at Panera and gets a massive discount). My pre-workout breakfast this morning was a ham and cheddar omelet with two eggs and one egg white.
I wanted to make ham bowls--put slices in the bottom of a muffin tin and fill the cup--but the bone gets in the way of pulling off a decently sized slice.
I'm thinking dinner tonight will be baked mac 'n cheese with ham, peppers and onions.
'Scuze me, I need to go Google, "What do I do with all this ham?!"