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Topic: A pig is a pig
Posted By: Son of Ed
Subject: A pig is a pig
Date Posted: March/07/2021 at 07:53
Slow Cooker Ham with Maple and Brown Sugar | Favorite Family Recipes

Well, here's an Internet photo of a maple syrup, brown sugar ham. 

I made one yesterday. It was fantastic. ( I need to start a TV show! )  Bucky    Excellent

hee hee 

I bought a 4.5# ham and then I cut up two big potatoes and two big turnips and put all them in the bottom of the crock pot and turned it up on HIGH. I added maybe a cup of water and maybe a little over a cup of chicken stock and let those guys cook for four hours to give them a head start.

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About four hours later my made a RUB for my ham.

   I dumped a big pile of minced garlic on a plate.
   then I powdered in with black pepper, paprika, smoky chile,
Smoky Chile | The Spice Hunter  Burman's Hot Sauce, Burman's Memphis Barbecue Sauce, steak sauce, hickory smoke powder, and I forget what else I grabbed.

Oh! I remember! 

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I also dumped a little of that Arizona Dreaming on the goop and a little of Stubbs powder! Smile

 And I smeared it all over the ham. ( I moved some of those potatoes out of the crock pot and put them in a big bowl for a minute...and stuck the ham in the pot, then put the potatoes back all around the ham...) 

Then I poured on some brown sugar on the top and then squeezed a bunch of maple syrup all over the ham...maybe a cup...who knows? 

Then I dumped in two cans of French Cut Green Beans, one chopped up onion, and a quart of big sliced mushrooms and squashed it down with my hands....then I coated the mushrooms with pepper and put the lid on, and let it cook for 3 1/2 more hours on high.

Boy, oh boy, was that ever GOOD!!   The ham was just falling apart!

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Posted By: Son of Ed
Date Posted: March/07/2021 at 13:17
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Posted By: Son of Ed
Date Posted: March/07/2021 at 13:21
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Posted By: Dogger
Date Posted: March/07/2021 at 15:16
I’m on my way for leftovers!

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Posted By: Son of Ed
Date Posted: March/13/2021 at 12:22

I've got to remember this rub recipe! Utterly THE BEST! 

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Posted By: Son of Ed
Date Posted: March/21/2021 at 10:21
That was the best ham I ever made....and most of my hams are fantastic! The only one BETTER was an eight pound Black Forest ham I made three years ago. That was fantastic....but expensive....$8 a pound! That ham cost over $65 !!

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