Quite often when we visit my mum there’s a huge joint of ham in the fridge. It lasts for days and we just slice a bit off for sandwiches at lunchtime or to make meals with in the evening.
If you visit my house you are unlikely to find any ham at all and if you do, it’ll probably be a supermarket pack with about 5 identical slices in, and the ham itself will be almost unrecognizable from the lovely ham we enjoy at my mum’s.
I thought it was about time things changed. It was time I attempted to cook some ham myself. I had to look up the cooking method and I had to decide on a glaze too. Usually at my mum’s the ham is unglazed but I decided if I was making the effort to cook some ham for the first time I really should go the whole hog.
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