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Twice-Cooked Ham with Dr Pepper Glaze

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This is a wonderful Christmas ham: sticky and sweet, flaky yet moist. A real winner. It was originally a recipe for glazed ribs, but I’ve adapted it for gammon. And … Continue reading

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Slow Cooked Gammon studded with Stem Ginger

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Stem ginger in syrup is a wonderful thing. Spicy and sweet, it is a fantastic ingredient in cakes, and chopped up, mixed with vanilla ice cream. But I prefer my … Continue reading

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Twice-Cooked Gammon with Clementine & Honey Glaze

Twice-Cooked Gammon with Satsuma & Honey Glaze

Very simple, very effective, very cheap – and very delicious hot or cold. That’s the Verdict on this fantastic ¬†Twice-Cooked Gammon with Clementine & Honey Glaze recipe. The rolled gammon … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Simple Gammon Salad with Mozzarella and Basil Oil

  I’ve used leftovers from this recipe for Simplest Cooked Gammon Ever to make this delicious salad. There are so many different flavours and textures going on that you can … Continue reading

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The Christmas meat hamper has arrived…

  Goose, capon, gammon, forerib of beef, pigs in blankets, bacon and giblets for gravy. Pity there’ll only be four of us this year!!!  

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Here’s the proof: I’m not an Alfalfa Male! (Note: look away now if you’re squeamsh)

A mum at my sons’ Christmas fair said I wasn’t an Alpha Male on Saturday because I was making soup and mulled wine, whereas her husband wouldn’t be seen dead … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Simplest Slow-Cooked Gammon Ever

This slow cooked gammon recipe is, without a shadow of a doubt, the easiest and most effective thing I have ever cooked, producing soft, succulent, flaking hunks of ham, with … Continue reading

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