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Old 01-09-2012, 01:35 PM   #11
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I vote for grinding it up and making ham salad. When I had my old silver clamp on the table meat grinder I always made it the week after Easter. Add horseradish or grind in some sweet pickles. Both are great, it just depends on your mood.

A pound of ground ham added to a meatloaf is also very nice.

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Oh yeah, ground ham added to the meatloaf. I forgot about that. That really makes a nice change.
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:35 PM   #12
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meatloaf+sausage, now meatloaf+ground ham--what else can be combined with meatloaf to produce a tasty meal and even tastier sandwiches for later, i wonder....
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Cube and add to mac and cheese or fried rice?
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You obviously buy small hams...
No, I buy the largest ham that will fit in my cooker. There's no leftover because It gets eaten and used, quickly.
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meatloaf+sausage, now meatloaf+ground ham--what else can be combined with meatloaf to produce a tasty meal and even tastier sandwiches for later, i wonder....

hunger?
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Old 01-09-2012, 02:57 PM   #16
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POTATO SOUP WITH TWO CHEESES
Potato Soup With Two Cheeses Recipe - Food.com - 13647

HAM AND CHEESE BREAKFAST TORTILLAS
Ham and Cheese Breakfast Tortillas Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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meatloaf+sausage, now meatloaf+ground ham--what else can be combined with meatloaf to produce a tasty meal and even tastier sandwiches for later, i wonder....
meatloaf+mashed pinto beans.
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:11 PM   #18
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this potato soup looks awesome--even before (or without) the ham! have you made this, merstar? thanks for sharing it....
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i too have left over ham. i sliced it and froze in one serving bags. thawed some out this a.m. for breakfast. some of it i chopped and froze for beans and ham. noted: chef salad. i love it and will do tomorrow, i think.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:55 PM   #20
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this potato soup looks awesome--even before (or without) the ham! have you made this, merstar? thanks for sharing it....
Actually, I'm the one who posted it on the site! It's been on my to-try list forever, and the only reason I haven't tried it is because I never have ham in the house. But, you're right - it would be good without it also!
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